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I am compiling LabVIEW FPGA when an error in internal software occurred.

I have to concern related to this issue: Is there any constraint in the number of things to be placed on Block diagram of Lab VIEW FPPGA VI, (approximately 150 high throughput fixed point adders and 50 high throughput fixed point multipliers) Lab VIEW closing suddenly, anyhow I finished developing the VI by opening 4 or 5 times.

After developing the VI when I try to save the file Lab View showing this error:

Not enough memory to complete this operation

However, the file has been saved.

What is the cause of this error and how can I resolve this issue?

See the error message below:

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# Comment Id: 60211

Maybe the current task that you are doing on your application requires a much larger amount of available RAM on your system. If there are also other applications opened besides the program you are using, try closing them and leave only your program then restart what you are doing. If this didn’t work, try closing the program then restart your computer. After booting the system, don’t open any other applications. Open only the program that you’ll be using. Doing this will make your application to have exclusive access to all of the available resources on your machine.

To maximize your RAM usage, you may also close some of the programs that are running in the background. These are the programs that were automatically loaded in the Windows startup. Close some of these programs that are not needed using the Task Manager. If after doing these measures it still didn’t help, I think you need to add more RAM on your CPU.

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Sharath Reddy