ACCESS 2007 report not enough memory to update display, any ideas?

report and 2 sub reports
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zemp1212Commented:
Hey check out this site of questions and answers for each scanerio for this problem.
 
let me know if any of this helps. It would be a mess to cut and paste.
 
http://www.utteraccess.com/forums/printthread.php?Cat=&Board=87&main=409571&type=thread
 
 
Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
Some common reasons:

Corrupt report
Invalid or missing printer
No Default Printer specified, or Default printer is not a valid printer (i.e. a PDF printer, for example)
Corrupt database
Bad install of Access

First thing I'd suspect would be a corrupt report. If possible, try a Decompile. Click Start - Run and type this:

msaccess.exe "full path to your database" /decompile

If that completes, open Access and do a Compact & Repair (Office button - Manage).

If that doesn't work, you may need to delete the report and import it from a known good backup copy.

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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
jadmin,

<report not enough memory to update display, any ideas?>
Sure, ...as the error states...
    "not enough memory to update display"

How much *Available* memory do you have?
The would be the first thing I would check.

How big is this database?
Is it nearing the 2GB Limit?

Please remember that you did not post *any* details on your database, thus forcing us to guess at the dozens of things that might be causing this.

Does this happen on all databases?
On all Reports?
On all machines?
For all users?

Again you need to post more than just a one sentence question to get a useful response...

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jadminAuthor Commented:
<report not enough memory to update display, any ideas?>
Sure, ...as the error states...
    "not enough memory to update display"

How much *Available* memory do you have?
THEY are 1GB Memory
The would be the first thing I would check.

How big is this database?
Is it nearing the 2GB Limit?
  NO  it is 147 MB
Please remember that you did not post *any* details on your database, thus forcing us to guess at the dozens of things that might be causing this.

Does this happen on all databases?  NO
On all Reports? NO
On all machines? NO
For all users? NO

Again you need to post more than just a one sentence question to get a useful response...
Sorry have a lot going on with other things - isolated issue
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
OK,

Did you try LSMConsulting suggestion(s)?
jadminAuthor Commented:
ok problem is not as prevalent as it was before ... no longer a real issiue
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