runtime error 7:out of memory : LUSENET : Anders Petersson's Freeware Forum : One Thread

When I create a new back-up set, and either try to Add File or Add Folder, I get the following error: "Run-time Error '7': Out of Memory" and NHB closes.

I sucessfully created three backup sets before this error started happening.

I am using NHB Beta 6. Win XP Pro.

-- Anonymous, April 08, 2003


what the fuck are u talking about. Crazy misguided Bitch. Damn how stupid can u be. format your hardrive and the problem is fixed

-- Anonymous, June 19, 2003

How rude!!!!! What kind of response is that??? Act your age, not your IQ of 3!!!

-- Anonymous, June 24, 2003

Hahahaha, this message board is amazing, IQ of 3, Amazing people out there these days :)

-- Anonymous, June 27, 2003

Be happy He answered :P

-- Anonymous, July 08, 2003

You guys are having fun over here? Does some one have a good solution? without formating?

-- Anonymous, July 11, 2003

i dont have answer < yet > but how do u fixe the problem run time error 7 out of memroy i have to fixe the dam problem

-- Anonymous, August 08, 2003

O man! IQ = 3, that's too fucking much for me. Just be fucking rude, u will be alright idiots. IQ 3!!! Man no way I get 3!

-- Anonymous, August 14, 2003

if anyone has a response thats not smartass post it...otherwise just keep putting useless shit.

-- Anonymous, August 15, 2003

Hi Blaine, I had a similar problem with a different program, but hopefully this same method can help you... It fixed my runtime error. Try to reinstall NHB if you can. Be sure to back up your files first. The problem with my computer seemed to be that I installed a program which replaced a file necessary to running the application with an older one with which my app was not compatible. If you reinstall NHB, it should replace the necessary file with the right version. Hope this helps. Should help more than "certain people". LOL.

-- Anonymous, August 24, 2003

Currently it is not known what causes the problem. The out of memory error is unrelated to BookStuff as this normally only occurs if some immensely large number is processed, which cannot be the case for BookStuff.

Ultimately the problem was solved by re-registering one of the components as the component in question appeared to be corrupted. Whether the below is the correct fix for this particular problem is unsure. In this particular case the error went away:

HOW DO I SOLVE THIS PROBLEM? If this happens, please proceed as follows:

Click on START Select RUN Type in the following: REGSVR32.EXE PDATDB40.OCX (including the space and without the quotes) Click on OK You should see the following message DllRegisterServer in PDATDB40.OCX succeeded

-- Anonymous, September 25, 2003

actually formating your hard drive might really be the solution. specially if you installed xp from 98 without reformatting your drive. this happens to a lot of people. fat32 and xp do not mix.

-- Anonymous, October 07, 2003

Hi, this is fucking stupid u guys just sit there and curse to other people...anyway I been having that "Run-time '7' Out of memory" error massage in my computer and Im going fucking crazy because my computer is brandnew...but every time I start the computer it gives me that message. Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeease sent me a mail explaining how do I solve that problem!!!! I went in every site, I did every search and still did not get a answer to that problem. If U know how to get rid of that problem pleeeeeease tell me how!!! Please?????

-- Anonymous, October 14, 2003

SUCK COCK!!!!!!!!!

-- Anonymous, October 30, 2003


-- Anonymous, October 31, 2003

Want the hell..............

-- Anonymous, October 31, 2003

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