N/APosted on - 02/03/2012
I'm trying to build a virtual disk using XenConvert 2.4.1, but I always get a "Low on Registry Space" error. I searched on the net for a fix, but the resolution requires me to edit my registry which can cause a serious problem if edited incorrectly.
Is there an alternative way to fix this? I need help please.
Windows – Low On Registry Space
The system has reached the maximum size allowed for the system part of the registry.
Additional storage requests will be ignored.
Low on Registry Space Error on Creating Virtual Disk
Good day Heath! Your problem with your virtual disk using XenConvert 2.4 getting a "low on registry space error" can be rectified by following steps.: First, you will need to download NREGOPT, click on this link for reference http:/wwwzperiodzlarshedererzperiodzhomepag…/erunt) then run it. This can compress you registry thus, reduces it's size greatly. With this you can still reboot and still have your windows running.
NOTE: If this error message occurs on Windows XP or 2003 Server then this error is caused by a corrupted file. These operating systems does not have a limit on registry space.
WARNING: If you use Registry Editor incorrectly, this can cause more serious problems that may require you to do a reinstall on your operating system. (Use this troubleshooting step at your own risk since Microsoft cannot guarantee that this can resolve the issue).