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Out of memory, no user resource available

Out of memory, no user resource available

Out of memory, no user resource available

I´m developing a administrative system, with 20+ forms, but now I run out of user resources, I upgraded my memory to 256Mb but I still can´t add forms to the proyect, or open all the files from the proyect.
Anyone knows what I am doing wrong?

RE: Out of memory, no user resource available

Probably too many controls on a form or too many forms/controls in a project. I had the same problem with my current project until I broke it up into a series of smaller projects. Microsoft sets limits on what you can do in VB. I've accidentally exceeded the limits on more than one occasion. The results can vary from a simple "out of memory" warning to invalid page faults, corrupted forms and a dead machine. Smaller might not be better but, at least, it works.

RE: Out of memory, no user resource available

So, I should make many ActiveX?
how can i compile the whole thing all together? I haven´t found any of these questions answered in the books.

I had all those problems myself, lucky me I had backups :-)

RE: Out of memory, no user resource available

ActiveX might be a way to go. I did it the slow, painful way: compiled multiple exe's shelled from the main app. The method might not apply to your project. I could get away eith it.

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