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Aut2Exe crashes with memory allocation error

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Hi,

I am using autoIt for several yeary now to create an installer for my software.

Today I tried to build one for a debug version of the software.

Aut2Exe crashes and showed a dialog with a "memory allocation error".

Somehow the debug build seems to hit some limit.

The Installer is normally about 700MB big .. is there a known limit near 1GB which I might hit?

I was able to reproduce this problem, ie. it does not look like a random bug.

I was using 3.3.8.1

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I think you had <700 MB Ram free when this happen, I don't know much about it...

Try changing "FileInstall Compression: " to "Lowest" when compiling, TD ;)


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Then its hard to identify the problem, please provide much details as possible. In the meanwhile try running MemTest86

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What OS do you have?

There was error in Aut2Exe fixed in version 3.3.10.2 on XP SP2:

 

(30th December, 2013) (Release)

Aut2Exe:

  • Fixed #2580: Aut2Exe failing to run multiple times on Windows XP prior to SP3.

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Try it with latest version of AutoIt ...

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