My work pc is a Dell Optiplex 960, with a Core 2 Quad CPU and 4 GB of RAM, running windows XP SP3.
A few days ago I needed to record some sounds with the Microsoft Sound Recorder, but for some reason I am not able te record more than 60 seconds (which is the default recording length).
After the first 60 seconds the recording stops which is normal, but if I press the record button again I get the following message:
"Not enough memory available to complete this operation. Quit one or more applications to increase available memory, and then try again".
I have reinstalled SP3, but it didn't help.
I have read that this is a design fault with Sound Recorder and cannot be solved other than by reducing the amount of physical memory, but I'm not sure about that.
Have you seen this problem ?
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