Wes MS-MVP Windows Shell/User In news:%, lurker <> hunted and pecked: > IS THERE A BETTER newsgroup for me to post this? > > Friend brought to me a 6 month Carl lurker, Aug 10, 2006 #6 mhc Guest lurker wrote: > mhc wrote: >> lurker wrote: >>> >>> CONFIG.NT >>> I have tried environment up to 2048 >>> >>> dos=high, FYI, the /e option sets the size of the environment... Carl lurker, Aug 9, 2006 #1 Advertisements Wesley Vogel Guest How to Adjust MS-DOS Application Environment Size http://support.microsoft.com/kb/161564
Review the contents of CONFIG.NT in the %windir%\System32 folder. http://zeronews.net/not-enough/not-enough-space-for-environment-xp.html
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I even tried turning all possible choices to NONE, but the allocations never changes. mhc, Aug 10, 2006 #5 lurker Guest mhc wrote: > lurker wrote: >> >> CONFIG.NT >> I have tried environment up to 2048 >> >> dos=high, umb >> device=%SystemRoot%\system32\himem.sys >> shell=%systemroot%\system32\command.com I tried several other > compatibility settings. Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions.
Why aren't there submission fees for submitting papers to conferences? http://repairerrors.net/not-enough-space-for-environment-windows.html For several months he was successfully using an ancient DOS program called FIRST1. Very little new programs have been installed. At that point, let's see where we are...
Forever Is it ethical to use proprietary (closed-source) software for scientific computation? http://zeronews.net/not-enough/r6016-not-enough-space-for-thread-data-visual-c.html I really need to fix this. I've found quite a few DOS programs that only work properly in full-screen mode, interestingly, the most blatant being Microsoft Word 5.0a for DOS! Register now while it's still free!
FYI, the /e option >>> sets the size of the environment... >> Well, the shell line was not originally in it. >> I added it with e:2048, then I tried 1024, Here is the MEM for a WORKING machine: 655360 bytes total conventional memory 655360 bytes available to MS-DOS 633280 largest executable program size 1048576 bytes total contiguous extended memory 0 bytes memory windows-7 console ms-dos clipper share|improve this question edited Mar 4 '13 at 17:17 John Saunders 139k20180325 asked Mar 4 '13 at 17:15 Oscar Jara 8,83863776 I know this http://zeronews.net/not-enough/not-enough-space-for-environment-windows-7.html mhc, Aug 10, 2006 #7 lurker Guest mhc wrote: > lurker wrote: >> mhc wrote: >>> lurker wrote: >>>> >>>> CONFIG.NT >>>> I have tried environment up to 2048 >>>> >>>>
The working system continues to work lurker, Aug 11, 2006 #10 lurker Guest Re: DOS program "Error 2009 : Not enough space for environment" Anotherfailure I have discovered another problem. Is it safe to use to use Dropbox in its present state? It is just ignored.
I have found other forum responsed that named itunes >> as one that can cause problems, and some virtual sound card drivers. >> Carl > > OK, this time I read I really need to fix this. > > Carl Switching back and forth between two XP Home machines, one works, one does not work. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? When I try to run the dos> exe, I get the above error message.
Close Reply To This Thread Posting in the Tek-Tips forums is a member-only feature. I have not tested all of my available platforms, but I tested on a different Windows 2000 and Windows XP machines. Besides all the things > eMachine provided, I see Spy Sweeper, Quick Books Basic, Napster and two > printers (HP DeskJet an Lexmark Z715.) I uninstalled Spy Sweeper and > installed http://zeronews.net/not-enough/excel-not-enough-memory-or-disk-space.html Then it broke. > > Very little new programs have been installed.
REM The syntax is: REM REM EMM = [A=AltRegSets] [B=BaseSegment] [RAM] REM REM AltRegSets REM specifies the total Alternative Mapping Register Sets you REM want the system to support. 1 <= When it fails, it always fails with the same > message. > > I have compared the Properties setting for Program,Memory, > Compatibility, etc. Neither the PIF settings or the config.nt affect the numbers. Can anyone shed some light on>>> what it means?>>> >>> Thank you>>> Gary AnonymousSep 13, 2005, 10:44 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support (More info?)I can run the same dos program over
Not > much has been installed on it. For example, if your PATH is huge then save it, define only what's needed for CLUT, run it it, and then restore. –PM 77-1 Mar 4 '13 at 17:39 It is always best to give users only the permissions that they need to perform their job, so tweaking particular permi… MS Legacy OS Advanced Batch File Programming: YESTERDAY.BAT Article by: All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction or linking forbidden without expressed written permission.
nivrip posted Nov 29, 2016 at 6:51 PM BT ordered to legally split from Openreach by Ofcom V_R posted Nov 29, 2016 at 11:54 AM WCG Stats Tuesday 29 November 2016 After installing this program when trying to run the DOS program we get the following error. "Runtime Error R6009 - Not enough Space for Environment" I did a restore of the This means that the cache was not able to resolve the hostname presented in the URL. Well, I am stuck and no "possible" solution is working for me.
It works> if I use VNC to connect to another desktop with Win98 OS and running> the DOS program on that pc. Have you tried something like DosBox? –PM 77-1 Mar 4 '13 at 17:32 @PM77-1 I tried DosBox but when executing CLUT.exe, the console get stuck and nothing happens. Works: 655360 bytes total conventional memory 655360 bytes available to MS-DOS 633248 largest executable program size 1048576 bytes total contiguous extended memory 0 bytes available contiguous extended memory 941056 bytes available against the working machine and they are > the same. > > It feels like DOS extended memory does not work on the failing machines. > > ..\System32\config.nt and autoexec.nt are
I have copied the> >>> autoexec.nt into the system32 directory. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up not enough space for environment appears when executing “.exe” file up vote 0 down vote favorite I am trying to use an There are a number of ways to do this, one of which is (in Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0): 1.