"There Isn't Enough Disk Space or Memory" Error

I have a query that gets the error "There Isn't Enough Disk Space or Memory to Undo the Data Changes this Action Query is about to Make".
This is ok, but I don't want to recieve this message in the future.  

I have tried changing the registry and increasing the MaxLocksPerFile and have also turned off the UseTransaction Property on the Query.

Do you know how I cuold disable this specific error message?  It doesn't really matter to me if I can Undothe Data Changes the action query is about to make.

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shanesuebsahakarnCommented:
You can't disable the prompt in particular. However, if you are executing the query in VBA, you can either use:

DoCmd.SetWarnings False
DoCmd.OpenQuery "MyQuery"
DoCmd.SetWarnings True

or:
CurrentDb.Execute "MyQuery"

Note that this second will only work if the query has no parameters. If it does, you will have to execute it using a different methodology (setting the QueryDef's parameters and then executing it).
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