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Eagleware/Empower 2004.07 - physical memory issue

Question asked by mfaric on Feb 16, 2005
Latest reply on Mar 3, 2005 by ROB_LEFEBVRE
Eagleware/Empower crashes and complains that there is not enough physical memory available.  The windows system monitor utility, however, indicates that there is more physical memory still unused than the Eagleware/Empower simulation status window or the listing file indicate that it was trying to use.  The Windows system performance monitor utility also suggests that Eagleware/Empower did not try to acquire and use the free physical memory that was there - that it aborted itself without trying to acquire and use the memory.
Is there something I am missing in my understanding of how Eagleware/Empower and Windows interact regarding physical memory requirements/availability?
Thank you,
Michael Farich
RF Engineer
Quintech Electronics

Pentium 3.2 GHz, 2GB physical RAM
Windows XP Pro SP2 with all windowsupdate patches.
Administrator privileges on my account.
Eagleware/Empower 2004.07