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SQL 2008 "There is insufficient system memory in resource pool 'internal' to run this query."

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From time to time we'll get this error message when trying to run queries.  The only way we've been able to successfully resolve this is to reboot the server, but then the problem comes back.  I've done all the standard google searching and nothing seems to offer a perminant resolution.  Any ideas?
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>>Any ideas? <<
Not without more information.  SQL Server Edition, 32 bit or 64 bit, Memory installed, any other apps installed on the same server, how many concurrent connections allowed, etc.
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Thank you!
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