Memory error under my Access 2007

Microsoft Microsoft access 2007 full ver...
March 25, 2010 at 14:37:10
Specs: Windows Vista
My colleague isn't getting the error but I'm getting "There isn't enough free memory to update the display. Close unneeded programs and try again" when I run a report after making some small changes this mornng. This seems to be a catchall error, what do you suggest? I don't have admin authority on my desktop, could that be an issue, I don't have read on a sys table in Access Msysaces.... I hope this is resolvable soon...

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March 26, 2010 at 03:59:56

If you think it's an Admin related issue, why not talk to whoever has Admin rights on your system?

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March 26, 2010 at 06:33:01

I don't think that the message you get is a 'catchall'.

I used to get the same message in Excel when a particularly large workbook with charts etc was updated. I resolved the problem by splitting the workbook into two and linking the two.

The message has not occurred since I increased the system memory.

Look to see if you do have lots of other programs open, and try closing unneeded ones.

Also use Ctrl+Shift+Esc and look at the performance Tab to see memory usage.

and as DerbyDad03 said ... talk to the person with Admin rights for your PC.


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March 26, 2010 at 10:16:19
Talked to our admins, and they may be replacing my computer, turns out it has happened before, trying to load a Service Pack to check on it also.

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