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Default Insufficiant RAM memory

I have a database with forms and reports. After making 5 or 6 entries in some of the forms, I have a message that says there is unsifficiant memory (RAM) to display the forms and I have to restart my computer completely to be able to re-enter in the database.

The tables use 2.5Mo and the code/forms/query/etc... use 6.29 Mo. My computer has 56 Mo of RAM.

What can I do to avoid this.

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Get more ram! At least 128.



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