Insufficient memory for this application.

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Insufficient memory for this application.

Post by gwtiltman » Fri Dec 27, 2013 4:39 pm

Table DM2/plutb/plu. This message appears when one is opening the POS. Solution: ===== In the regional & language settings, make sure that your date format is: dd/MM/yyyy and NOT dd/mm/yyyy or any other format. NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL
974 989 0 Detailed waiter commission report printer option grayed out. {This actually applies to all pilot reports that also do not open} Solution: ===== Step 1: C:Program FilesBorlandCommon FilesBDEBDEADMEAN.exe In there you must manually map your admin alias to the correct data DIR. [Please avoid typing this path in] Step 2: C:WindowsSystem32Control Panel.exe In here you set the regional & language as follows: Standards & Formats = English United States Short Date Format = dd/MM/yyyy Time Format = HH:mm:ss tt Currency Symbol = Your currency Time Zone = (UTC + 02:00) Harare, Pretoria NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL
976 991 0 After Validating the Data 100% the system will prompt you to ensure that you have selected the correct Financial period After Clicking on yes this error comes up. The solution to this is ensure that the PASTEL INSTALL folder is set correctly and not to the C: root NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL
977 992 0 PILOT V87-4-4R When you doing day-end and get an error ...Check Log File for Details In Admin > Setup > System > Log File >> ERRORS it says SEAT not Found Go Into My Computer Double Click on FS1-C (C:)or your Servers Local Harddrive Double Click on Till Double Click on Data Search for the file called POS.DLL When found delete this file. Now Go do day-end. Day-end will now finish. NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL
978 993 0 Error on day end I/O error 103 and turnover security validation failed Close pilot completely Go to command prompt and type: cd illdata and press enter Then type: del *.cam and press enter Then go into data tools and zap enschk.DBF Now run the dayend NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL
979 994 0 The Windows 7 offline file feature, allows you to keep on your computer, copies of files stored on the network. When you select a file or folder to make available offline, Windows automatically creates a copy of that file or folder on the local computer. This causes a problem in Pilot when the feature is enabled because Pilot accesses files on a server over a network and Windows in return automatically creates a duplicate file on the local machine. This means that every-time you open or access Pilot on the local computer you access the local files Windows created instead of accessing the files on the server. This occurs even though you have mapped BDE and the network correctly. To disable this feature on your Windows 7 Operating System, go into Control PanelSync CenterManage Offline Files and click on Disable Offline Files. NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL
980 995 0 SYMPTOMS When you try to check your Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3) e-mail account, the e-m... When you try to check your Post Office Protocol 3 (POP3) e-mail account, the e-mail server may return one of the following error messages: The operation timed out waiting for a response from the receiving (POP) server 0x8004210a A time-out occurred while communicating with the server 0x800ccc19 CAUSE This problem has been observed in some configurations that use antivirus softwar... This problem has been observed in some configurations that use antivirus software to scan e-mail. The products in which this problem occurs may vary. However, these symptoms have been observed in configurations that include Norton Internet Security 2005, Norton AntiVirus 2003, Norton AntiVirus 2002, or McAfee software products. MORE INFORMATION To resolve issues of this kind, contact your antivirus vendor.For information ab... To resolve issues of this kind, contact your antivirus vendor. For information about how to contact your antivirus vendor, visit the fol

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