An attempt to allocate memory failed. The system is out of memory.


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Ophelia

Peter Taylor said:
What were you doing when this happened?
Hi Peter, I was on usenet and it seems the problem is concerned with that.
The details are thus:

Configuration:
Account: news.individual.net
Server: news.individual.net
User name: ********
Protocol: NNTP
Port: 119
 
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Gene E. Bloch

I have 6gb memory. Any ideas please. This is a regular msg!

--
You've already been chastised for giving no useful information, so I'll
just add that the odds are pretty good that you were running a program that
had a bug. The bug is in that program, not in Windows.
 
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Ophelia

Gene E. Bloch said:
You've already been chastised for giving no useful information,
Oh heck:( Well I do believe I have done so the noo:)


so I'll
just add that the odds are pretty good that you were running a program
that
had a bug. The bug is in that program, not in Windows.
Did you see the info I posted? Did ya? But did ya though?
 
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Andrew

Ophelia said:
Oh heck:( Well I do believe I have done so the noo:)


so I'll

Did you see the info I posted? Did ya? But did ya though?
Yeah and it isn't related to a memory overrun, it's just your config for the
news server.

It's not valid info for the issue you are relating to us.

The application that's failing is Microsoft Windows Live Mail
14.0.8050.1202??
Is this correct?
 
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Grenou

Ophelia said:
Oh heck:( Well I do believe I have done so the noo:)


so I'll

Did you see the info I posted? Did ya? But did ya though?
Hehe, you're in trouble now ..

I Googled, as I've not heard of this one before.
According to this:
http://help.lockergnome.com/windows2/attempt-allocate-memory-failed--ftopict489574.html

it might be a corrupt file.

This one is a tad old:
http://www.pcguide.com/vb/archive/index.php/t-58819.html

Come to think of it, all the information seems old.

Most mention not enough disk space.

I am sure the experts here will find a solution :)

Grenou
 
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Alvin Shagnasty

Ophelia said:
Oh heck:( Well I do believe I have done so the noo:)


so I'll

Did you see the info I posted? Did ya? But did ya though?
Hey retard: You didn't post any information. I suggest taking a break from
heavy drugs. Go outside and wax the cat.
 
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Peter

Hi Peter, I was on usenet and it seems the problem is concerned with that.
The details are thus:

Configuration:
Account: news.individual.net
Server: news.individual.net
User name: ********
Protocol: NNTP
Port: 119
It's probably individual.net's fault. Try Eternal September or AIOE.org.
 
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Pelosi Tiehart

It's probably individual.net's fault. Try Eternal September or AIOE.org.
Oh boy, the blind leading the blind.

It almost certainly WASN'T related to the Usenet server she uses.
Usenet client, maybe, but she hasn't provided any meaningful
information so even that is just a wild guess.
 
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Gene E. Bloch

Oh heck:( Well I do believe I have done so the noo:)


so I'll

Did you see the info I posted? Did ya? But did ya though?

--
I did see it, but only after I posted the above. My newsreader doesn't
automatically update, so the burden falls on me to do it in a timely
manner. Clearly, that's a mistake on the newsreader's programmers' part :)

As others have said, what you posted is not actually relevant to the
problem.

I think a repair installation is in order, or a System Restore, or fsck.
Oops - wrong OS - I meant chkdsk.

Or maybe my original idea: you are running a program that contains a bug.
Sorry - I should have said "programme" :)
 
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Bob Hatch

I have 6gb memory. Any ideas please. This is a regular msg!
Based on your information provided later in the thread it "seems" like
your problem might be WLM.

Try this.

Download and install Thunderbird, then come come back to usenet using T
Bird as your newsreader. If that solves the problem the offending
program is WLM. Next step would be to back up your WLM files, uninstall
it, then do a reinstall of WLM.

If that does not solve the problem it's possible you have a bad RAM module.

--
"There are no jobs that Americans
will not do. There are jobs Americans
will not be hired for because an
illegal alien has taken it."

"Illegal Alien = Job Thief"

http://www.bobhatch.com
http://www.tdsrvresort.com
http://www.keepazsafe.com/
 
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Ophelia

Grenou said:
Hehe, you're in trouble now ..
Nodnodnod. He might be rightabout the problem though...

I Googled, as I've not heard of this one before.
According to this:
http://help.lockergnome.com/windows2/attempt-allocate-memory-failed--ftopict489574.html
Can anyone tell me please, if this site is safe?

it might be a corrupt file.

This one is a tad old:
http://www.pcguide.com/vb/archive/index.php/t-58819.html

Come to think of it, all the information seems old.

Most mention not enough disk space.

I am sure the experts here will find a solution :)
Thanks m'dear:) I do hope so and without being chastised again :p
 
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Ophelia

Gene E. Bloch said:
I did see it, but only after I posted the above. My newsreader doesn't
automatically update, so the burden falls on me to do it in a timely
manner. Clearly, that's a mistake on the newsreader's programmers' part
:)

As others have said, what you posted is not actually relevant to the
problem.

I think a repair installation is in order, or a System Restore, or fsck.
Oops - wrong OS - I meant chkdsk.

Or maybe my original idea: you are running a program that contains a bug.
Sorry - I should have said "programme" :)
Thank you, dear one:) I shall try that:)
 
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Ophelia

Bob Hatch said:
Based on your information provided later in the thread it "seems" like
your problem might be WLM.

Try this.

Download and install Thunderbird, then come come back to usenet using T
Bird as your newsreader. If that solves the problem the offending program
is WLM. Next step would be to back up your WLM files, uninstall it, then
do a reinstall of WLM.

If that does not solve the problem it's possible you have a bad RAM
module.
Thanks, Bob. I will give Gene's solution a try first and if that doesn't
work..... :)
 
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Hugh Lansome

Can anyone tell me please, if this site is safe?
I hate to say it, but I think the other fellow was right when he
suggested you might not be Internet-ready.
 

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