application starts and closes

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  1. rnbguy

    rnbguy New Member

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    its strange i just developed a c# windows app using Visual studio, when running it on my computer it brings up window fine, but when i run it on another computer with .net 2.0 installed it will only flash a cmd window quickly and close??
     
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    its now saying this:

    program too big to fit in memory
     
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    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    Probably the application you are trying to run has some minimum memory requirement that is not there in the other machine. Check out the RAM size / Virtual memory of both the machines.
     
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    yeah turned out had to rename it to .exe to use more memory works fine now
     
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    What was the extension before.
     
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    A .NET application with .com extension is not expected because .com is a now considered like a DOS executables.
     
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    ahh okay thanx for clearing that up
     

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