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MEMORY PROBLEM

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Hi

This is Baskar here

I have explained our problem below, please read this and help us to get it done

We are developing a statistical project.

Development environment specification is given belo

Hardware :

· Pentium III with 256 MB Ram, 20 GB H.D

Software :

· Microsoft Windows 200
· Microsoft .ne
We are having around 50 Forms, 13 Classes and 17 Modules in out product. Out problem is if we run our application it is taking round 30 MB Memory, because of this clipboard function (cut, copy & paste) is not working in none of the application
Please help us to solve this proble

Your immediate reply will help us to get it done as early as possibl

Anticipating your repl

With regard

Baskar C.
Nov 15 '05 #1
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30 MB not abnormal since the CLR need to be executed before the application
as the intepretor. Still I guess you minimize the application and see
whether it drop the meomory amount.

what is the cut, copy and paste issue it is not clear for me

Nirosh.

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Hi,

This is Baskar here.

I have explained our problem below, please read this and help us to get it done.
We are developing a statistical project.

Development environment specification is given below

Hardware :

Pentium III with 256 MB Ram, 20 GB H.D

Software :

Microsoft Windows 2000
Microsoft .net
We are having around 50 Forms, 13 Classes and 17 Modules in out product. Out problem is if we run our application it is taking round 30 MB Memory,
because of this clipboard function (cut, copy & paste) is not working in
none of the application.

Please help us to solve this problem

Your immediate reply will help us to get it done as early as possible

Anticipating your reply

With regards

Baskar C.G

Nov 15 '05 #2

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