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#ActualEndurion

Posted 25 August 2013 - 11:07 AM

Depending on how you allocate that memory Windows will let you do that (use more memory than is physically available).

 

Back in the old days of yore (Win 3.11) I could load and scroll on a 8 MB bitmap on a 4 MB machine. No, it was not particularely fluid, but it worked.

 

 

Checking the state is good, however having a forced abort is not. Even if you deem memory not sufficient, let it run (maybe with a warning).


#1Endurion

Posted 25 August 2013 - 11:07 AM

Depending on how you allocate that memory Windows will let you do that (use more memory than is physically available).

 

Back in the old days of yore (Win 3.11) I could load and scroll on a 8 MB bitmap on a 4 MB machine. No, it was not particularely fluid, but it worked.


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