We have an Adobe Flash 10 app running on a number of ASUS Eeee Box PCs (see specs below) connected to 42" flat touch-screens. Flash app size is 15Mb laoding text from very small XML files (2Kb) and images (max 800Kb each) from a folder.
The app runs great for about an hour (sometimes 15 minutes, sometimes 8 hours) and then just freezes (not the PC!). We have tried most everything: we lowered the winXP resolution, re-wrote the Flash script, took out a Shockwave object call (it's now an embedded video), etc to no avail. Because of size constraints we want to stick to the Eeee Box. We think maybe it's a memory problem (On Board graphics sharing RAM with CPU, for example, and fighting over it)
Can you suggest a solution?
PS: If you run the attached App note that the cursor is invisible (touch screen!) but you can use the TAB to select.
Eeee Box PC specs:
CPU: Atom N270
RAM: 1 Gb
HDD: 160 Gb
Graphics: On Board
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