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Increase Virtual Memory in Flash

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Kinger556
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I'm not even at 300 frames and I get this message:

There is not enough memory to complete the operation.
To increase available memory, close open documents or quit and increase virtual memory to allow more memory for Flash

How do I fix this?

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Response to Increase Virtual Memory in Flash 2012-04-29 22:37:04 Reply

At 4/29/12 06:22 PM, Kinger556 wrote: I'm not even at 300 frames and I get this message:

There is not enough memory to complete the operation.
To increase available memory, close open documents or quit and increase virtual memory to allow more memory for Flash

How do I fix this?

Browse to your Adobe folder and follow this path:
~\Adobe\Adobe Flash CS5.5\Common\First Run\ActionScript 3.0\jvm.ini

Open that and you should see "-Xmx128m" that stands for max of 128 megabytes, just turn it up to like, 512 or something if you have the memory. This should be familial to Minecraft users.


If ya have something to say, PM me. I have a lot of time to spare.
Also never PM egg82.

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Response to Increase Virtual Memory in Flash 2012-04-29 22:38:26 Reply

Also, make sure your computer has enough memory, how much does it have. -_-


If ya have something to say, PM me. I have a lot of time to spare.
Also never PM egg82.

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Response to Increase Virtual Memory in Flash 2015-05-17 06:10:05 Reply

ive tryed this and its saying i dont have permission to edit the file

Browse to your Adobe folder and follow this path:
~\Adobe\Adobe Flash CS5.5\Common\First Run\ActionScript 3.0\jvm.ini

Open that and you should see "-Xmx128m" that stands for max of 128 megabytes, just turn it up to like, 512 or something if you have the memory. This should be familial to Minecraft users.
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Response to Increase Virtual Memory in Flash 2015-05-17 09:19:44 Reply

At 5/17/15 06:10 AM, Fall0utStudios wrote: ive tryed this and its saying i dont have permission to edit the file

Right-click and select "Run as Administrator" (on Win 7 systems, not entirely sure if/how that works on Win 8+). Usually, the administrator account has all the privileges on most any given OS.