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No License on Access 97 - Now Out of Memory

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I've been running Access 97 with various newer versions of Office with
very little problems besides the "No License" error when initially
installing. Of course this is resolved by renaming the hatten.ttf
font and reinstalling and then changing the name back. I've probably
done this 25 times on various computers with no problems. However, I
am now bringing in two new computers with MS Office Pro 2003. I went
through the same setup as I have in the past to get through the no
license problem. Once I have re-installed I no longer get that error.
Instead I get an "Out of Memory" error. Has anybody seen this yet?

Thanks in advance,
Scott Stratton
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Do you have 1GB of RAM in your pc?

http://support.microsoft.com/default...&Product=acc97
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Allen Browne - Microsoft MVP. Perth, Western Australia.
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I've been running Access 97 with various newer versions of Office with
very little problems besides the "No License" error when initially
installing. Of course this is resolved by renaming the hatten.ttf
font and reinstalling and then changing the name back. I've probably
done this 25 times on various computers with no problems. However, I
am now bringing in two new computers with MS Office Pro 2003. I went
through the same setup as I have in the past to get through the no
license problem. Once I have re-installed I no longer get that error.
Instead I get an "Out of Memory" error. Has anybody seen this yet?

Thanks in advance,
Scott Stratton

Nov 13 '05 #2

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