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I keep getting this error message eachtime i restart Windows 2000  "To big to fit in memory".

Posted on 2003-11-06
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My computer specs are the following PII , RAM 114 Win 2000.

Every time i restarted my Win 2000 and try starting a program like quickbooks , WSFTP , Office programs like Outlook , Powerpoint  i get this error Message "to big to fit in memory" .

Every time i restart Windows i get these Dos black boxes appearing with mesages and then windows restarts but a some of the programs .INI file won't start giving me the mesage to big to fit in memory.

I formatted my C: drive and repartition it to NTFS and reloaded win 2000 . It ran smoothly in the beginning but after restarting i got the same problem.

Trie to load SP2 but i t wont let me install it giving me a message this program is not match with your machine win32 ....something like that

What can i do to fix this  ?

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motherboard failure
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It is either you have less memory or  you are running many applications which the OS is unable to handle

Try increasing the virtual memory and check if that would help


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I increased my virtual memory on all the partition that i 've  but the "to big to fit in memory " error keep coming when i restart win2000 and also when i start programs like outlook , quickbooks, wsftp etc etc.

This is for sure a memory problem , do you think i,ve to increase my RAM or is there omething else , mayeb a virus is killing me in my registry or somewhere else ?

please help me out
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