Autodesk vault Get/Checkout gives System OutOfMemoryException

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Hi all, when I try to Get/Checkout I get the following error. I am using Vault  2013 on my Windows seven 64 Bit PC. Currently My PC has a 12 GB ram and Intel i7-930 @ 2.80ghz processor. and i Use nVidia GTS 250 -1GB (Driver 301.42) on my PC. Please let me know how to get rid of this error message.

Excption of type 'System. OutOfMemoryException' was thrown.


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Autodesk vault Get/Checkout gives System OutOfMemoryException



I think you are facing this problem because of the limitation of memorywhich can be accessed. You can try the following:

1. Try to upgrade the vault. Select the appropriate download link that suits your system.

2. Now, run update file references. Check whether it is working now.

3. Now try to reduce the thumbnails that you use and reorganize your files into folders.

4. Now refresh the settings an restart the computer.

5. Now begin a new session without any preview memory cache history.

Now it should be working. Hope this information helps you.

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Autodesk vault Get/Checkout gives System OutOfMemoryException


That “System.OutOfMemoryException” error is a memory related problem. It means you’ve exhausted or used up all the available memory resources on your computer and the program can’t continue. If you are using a program when you receive this error, save your work, close the application, and then restart the computer.

After booting, start the program you are using and continue with your work but don’t open any unnecessary applications in the background while working. This way you can dedicate the available memory to your program and avoid receiving the “System.OutOfMemoryException” error. If this doesn’t work even if you didn’t open additional programs, try increasing the virtual memory.

To see the amount of virtual memory you have, for Windows XP users, right-click “My Computer” then select “Properties”. Go to “Advanced” tab then under “Performance”, click “Settings”. In “Performance Options” screen, go to “Advanced” tab then at the bottom you will see the “Virtual memory” section. The amount indicated here in MB is the amount of your virtual memory.

If you see like “4000 MB” like in my computer, it means 4 GB. Now, to increase your virtual memory, in “Virtual memory” section, click “Change”. Now, in the “Virtual Memory” dialog, increase the amount of virtual memory your computer is using. To do this, select “Custom size” then in “Initial size” and “Maximum size” fields, enter the same value in MB.

For example, 1000 is equivalent to 1 GB. According to an old rule of thumb, the ideal page file size or virtual memory size should be double your RAM or 1.5x your RAM but you don’t really need to follow this. Check the actual amount of RAM installed on your computer and apply the rule.

For example, if you have 512 MB RAM, your virtual memory should be 1 GB or 768 MB. In both fields, enter without quotes “1000” for 1 GB or “768” for 768 MB then click “Set” and then “OK”. When you are prompted to restart the computer, click to restart the computer. If the problem continues, upgrade your memory.

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