Backup Exec insufficient memory on SQL 2000 restore

Using Backup Exec for windows server 11d have tried to restore SQL Database to new build of Microsoft SQL 2000 SP4 on Windows 2003 x64 SP2 server and it has failed with the following error "Insufficient memory available. V-79-57344-33858 - A memory allocation request failed. The computer may be running low on virtual memory."
Backup Server is Windows 2003 with 3gb memory
Desitination server is Windows 2003 x64 Server with 16 gb memory
Have been able to do file backup and restores to the new server

Have been able to restore database to another Windows 2003 SP2 server with  microsoft SQL 2000 with 2 gb ram
Perkie-GCAsked:
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the_b1ackfoxCIOCommented:
Did you increase your virtual memory?  My computer, properties, advanced, settings, advanced, change [button] , secondly, is there a paging file on each drive where you are working on.  I have the page file on my big beefy sql server set to 12gb 6 on 1 drive, 6 on the other...
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Perkie-GCAuthor Commented:
page file size is set to 16gb on c:drive but will set to both and let you know

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Perkie-GCAuthor Commented:
Applied 8 gb page file to both drives as suggested and still received memory allocation error on restore.
Any further suggestions.

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the_b1ackfoxCIOCommented:
Yup!  I sure do!  Have you tried updating the backup exec to revision 7170?
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Perkie-GCAuthor Commented:
Haven't upgraded but will do so and advise any results.

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Perkie-GCAuthor Commented:
Haven't upgraded as yet but through the process of getting files for upgrade came across a similar issue listed that suggested applying a Microsoft fix.

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=913100

Applied this and tested restore which was successful.
Thanks for the help.
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