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Re: st: setting memory on network stata on Windows XP
My understand is that the maximum amoung of memory that you will be
able to access on a Windows OS running on a 32bits plataform will be
2Gb (regardless of the amoung of ram that you have installed in your
In order to overcome this problem you would have to move to a 64bits
architecture (this involves changing the hardware + os). There has
been lots of exchange on this subject on the list.
On 9/12/05, Ma, Ada <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Statalist,
> I know this is a v often asked question but I have looked around a bit and
> already installed the patch (Microsoft hotfix 8944472), I wonder if there
> are other things I can do.
> I'm on a Windows XP with 3GB of memory using STATA 9, calling up the STATA
> program from a network drive. Before I install the patch I could only
> increase my memory up to 800m, after I have installed the patch I can
> increase to 1400m but still fall v far short from the 3GB that's on my
> computer. I have tried the fix that should only apply to users of
> Windows95/98/NT and alter the system.ini file and still it wouldn't allow me
> to set mem more than 1400m. Any thoughts?
> All comments welcome. Thanks a lot in advance!
> Research Fellow
> Health Economics Research Unit
> University of Aberdeen, UK.
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