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rectnly changed to vista -> not enough physical memory??
#1
so i changed to windows vista yesterday, first ran into the problem where i needed to run the emu as an admin to allocate the memory, so thats what i did, but now its saying i dont have enough memory left to run it, theres still 1 Gb (and a little bit more) remaining, isnt that enough?

also, in the past there were always two exe files, a tlb build and the regular, but some time ago a third one was added, with an r in the name, whats that one for?

and if my memory is a little short on space after all, and i chose to run the tlb build, how much performance would i lose?

im running (or trying to run) build 451 now.
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#2
Just reboot your system and done. Also if you are using kaspersky antivirus, try uninstalling the antivirus, Kaspersky doesn't like pcsx2 >_<
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#3
@Butz_san
I have Kaspersky 2009 , and no problems.
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#4
Start PCSX2 right away when Windows fully booted. This will reserve enough memory for the emulator. I do this, and the memory allocation issue goes away for that session.
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#5
Vista loads libraries at random locations to make hacking the system harder. Sometimes this blocks the address range the VM version needs.
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#6
yeah i got it to work, thanks.

any info on te difference between the regular named exe and the one with the r in the name?
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