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MemGetStats() help

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I am trying to get MemGetStats() to check for minimum RAM requirements (512) before proceeding with the rest of the script. If the RAM is < 512MB, the user needs to be prompted and the program exits.

So far I cannot get the MemGetStats() to calculate the installed RAM as this code errors out with "Incorrect number of parameters in function call"

$mem1 =  MemGetStats() / 1024
;And round it for a nice display
$mem2 = Round($mem1, 0)

if $mem2 <512 then
    msgBox(64, "RAM does not meet requirements")
    endif
exit

Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks

Willow

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I am trying to get MemGetStats() to check for minimum RAM requirements (512) before proceeding with the rest of the script. If the RAM is < 512MB, the user needs to be prompted and the program exits.

So far I cannot get the MemGetStats() to calculate the installed RAM as this code errors out with "Incorrect number of parameters in function call"

$mem1 =  MemGetStats() / 1024
;And round it for a nice display
$mem2 = Round($mem1, 0)

if $mem2 <512 then
    msgBox(64, "RAM does not meet requirements")
    endif
exit

Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks

Willow

MemGetStats) Returns an array.

$aMem = MemGetStats()
$iAvail = $aMem[1] /1024

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MemGetStats) Returns an array.

$aMem = MemGetStats()
$iAvail = $aMem[1] /1024

Thanks Geo, this helps a lot.

Willow.

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