Re: When is 4GB RAM a minus?
- From: John Doe <jdoe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 20 Mar 2009 19:06:35 GMT
VanguardLH <V@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
John Doe wrote:
When trying to install Naturally Speaking 7 on Windows XP 32.
"Setup cannot continue because your system does not meet the
minimum requirements... you have -773MB of RAM"
Haha. I will try limiting RAM in MSconfig.
That's why companies charge for major upgrades. Not only due to
added features (or sometimes simply changed features and a
different UI so it looks different) but also to incorporate major
bug fixes (which they shouldn't charge for - but do - and won't
roll back into unsupported prior versions).
Dude. It was an installation issue, it had nothing to do with
It's up to version 10 now. You might want to ask them if a later
version than your 7 fixed that problem.
Limiting RAM in MSconfig during the installation solved the problem.
Did you think it was more than an installation issue, dude?
Could be the old version 7 doesn't actually support an NT-based
version of Windows.
It supports XP since version 6.
V8 looks like it appeared around Nov 2004. Probably not many
consumer Windows hosts (i.e., workstatsions) with more than 4gb
Take another look at the subject line or my post, dude, I have only
How much time did you spend researching the problem before posting
None. I thought it was amusing to be told that I have a negative
amount of RAM. The subject line is a play on words. I figured the
solution was easy enough, it was. There was no need for research.
Since they knew about the problem and published the fix way back
in April 2003, you don't think they solved it in a newer version?
Maybe, dude, but that is irrelevant since it is an installation
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