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Cendyn Tech

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I'm using a Dell Dem 3000 2.8 Ghz p4 w/ 1gig of ram on window xp service pack 2 for some reason when i run Dreamweaver CS3 i keep getting low memory errors.
I have justed my paging file and tried created a new user profile to try correcting the problem but nothing has worked, does anyone out there have this issue ?? i need some help please thanks
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starjax

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have you check with this support document:
http://kb.adobe.com/...n...7&sliceId=1
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Thanx for the link starjax but i'm still getting virtual memory errors using dreamwaver and photoshop, i think prephaps something might be wrong with clipboard application but then again would that prompt virtual memory errors? i've tried pretty much everything i can think of to correct this problem but nothing seems to work any other suggestion would be great !
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Even though your system is well within the guidlines recommend by adobe, I would look at more memory.

http://crucial.com/s.....imension 3000

your pc can run a maximum of 2 gigs or ram. It won't hurt and certainly would help the performance of the system in general.
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