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Old 01-09-2006, 11:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm getting an error that is telling me I have no more memory on my PC when I try to sync my outlook calendar/contacts.. I'm syncing manually with a USB cable.. it tells me to delete some files or clear up some space.. only thing is, I have 13 GB free on my hard drive.. I know that I have more than enough space, and on my BB I have 12 MB free.

The internal error is 4094.. can anyone help me out here? thanks..
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Old 01-11-2006, 08:42 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The error was coming from Outlook or the Desktop Manager application?


I was a computer tech before and here's what i would tell anyone with bizarre memory errors in Windows (i assume you have XP)

-> Check in your outlook for any bizarre errors with your all meetings , maybe do a cleanup, sometimes old meetings causes problems

-> Transfer them all to a personal folder (in a Calendar folder) and put them back, this should weed out any that would cause a problem

-> Check in your outlook for any bizarre erros with all your contacts

-> Transfer them all to a personal folder (in a Contacts folder) and put the back


-> Start -> Run -> chkdsk c: /r ( you can do a /f instead if you have an hour) -> reboot is necessary

-> Cleanup your C: drive of temp files and other junk
Start -> all programs -> accessories -> system tools -> disk cleanup

-> deframent your drive
...go to same folder as disk cleanup.. -> disk defragmenter

-> kill any unnecessary apps running in the task bar or the icons next to the clock (bottom right corner)
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