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Where is the cache location in project 2010 STANDARD

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Hi Im getting - "there is not enough memory to perform this operation" error. Project 2010 standard.

How to fix - increase cache? - Ive seen articles referencing cache - for Professional version I need standard setting. please - or other ideas
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Should be in your
C:\Users\"User Name"\App Data\Microsoft\MS Project\14\Cache\{long_GUID_here} folder
App Data is a hidden folder!
The path above is for Windows 7 or Windows 8.
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Will increasing fix resource error thanks
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It's a longshot but it's worth a shot...

You can do that under File/Options/Save and down at the bottom...

Good luck and let me know if it works
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No - Nothing there -

It's a longshot but it's worth a shot...

You can do that under File/Options/Save and down at the bottom...

Good luck and let me know if it works
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Sometimes you can get this message if your software is shared on a network drive or the save location is a shared network drive.

Also some people say that you need to install Service Pack 1 and the June 2011  Cumulative Update.

A similar problem here with answer
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100909204616AAsoF9M

i have 6 gb ram and atleast 850gb free hard drive memory.

i just installed it today its microsoft office 2010 professional plus

it works fine after i click ok but its just bugging me what can i do?
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nevermind i fixed it..i just tried an old trick and it worked...

so if anyone else runs across this annoying error just go to start>rightclick in my computer>properties

look for advanced system settings if u have vista or windows 7..if its xp i think the the window already comes up..

under the advanced tab under performance click on settings>then data execution prevention>add

go to computer program files then look for microsoft office folder..then look for the microsoft word icon and thats it..restart ur computer.
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