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Copying a file in Windows 8 does not give you “enough disk space”, even if you have a lot of memory and hard disk space. The “Out of Memory” message means that the memory capacity of the device has been exceeded. The amount of memory used depends on the amount or type of data on documents faxed, copied or printed from the PC.
Both the hard disk and memory play an important role in performing all operations on a computer. Any task or process that takes place in a computer requires a certain amount of RAM memory and the execution of hard disk space. But sometimes, when you copy files from one place to another, you can receive one of the following messages:
- Out of memory or system resources, Close some windows or programs and try again.
- There is not enough memory to complete this operation – copying files.
This error is caused by the limitation of the desktop heap if there is not enough disk space to perform this operation when copying files. Today, we will try the possible patches to increase this limit and finally fix this error in Windows 10.
Modify Desktop Heap Size
To solve this problem yourself, change the size of the desktop pile. To do this, follow the steps below:
1. Click Start, type regedit in the Start Search dialog box, then click regedit.exe in the program list, or press Windows + R, and in the Run dialog box, type regedit, then click OK.
2. then click on the following registry subkey :
3. Right-click on the Windows entry, then click Edit.
4. In the Value Data section of the Modify Character String dialog box, search for the SharedSection entry, then increase the second and third values for that entry.
Run the system file checker (Sfc.exe)
- Press Windows + X to open the Win + X menu.
- Click on Command prompt (Admin) to open the command prompt as an administrator.
- When the command prompt opens, type sfc /scannow, then press Enter.
- The repair process begins now. Do not close the command prompt or interrupt the repair process. The repair process may take some time, so wait patiently until it is completed.
- When the SFC analysis is complete, the command prompt can display the message “Windows Resource Protection found and successfully repaired incorrect files. If so, restart Windows.
Check if you need to update your RAM.
In addition, you may run out of memory simply because you do not have enough memory installed. Remember that this means RAM and has nothing to do with the space available on your hard disk. If you have less than 1 GB of RAM, you can often expect “memory errors”. For Windows XP, 4 GB of RAM is ideal. You need a 64-bit version of Windows 7, 8 or 10 to use more than 4 GB of RAM. On Windows 7 64-bit or higher, I recommend 8 GB of RAM or more.
To find out how much RAM you have and whether you have a 32-bit or 64-bit system, click Start > Control Panel > System and Maintenance > System.
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