16 Replies Latest reply: Nov 3, 2014 11:35 PM by JopWheelz RSS

    Flash Pro CS6 - not enough JVM memory - change 128 to 256, flash doesn't start.

    Filippo Gregoretti Community Member

      Hi,

      working on very large projects, I often get the "flash ran out of memory for the jvm" error.

      Restarting flash does the trick for another couple of hours, until I get that error again.

       

      It opens the jvm.ini file to let me increase Xmx memory value.

      I change it from -Xmx128m to -Xmx256m

      I restart flash, get the error: "Error initializing Java Runtime environment. You may need to reinstall Flash"

      I change it back to -Xmx128m, and flash starts again.

      But obviously, I again get the "not enough memory" error.

       

      Am I doing something wrong?

       

      Also,

      after installing Flash Pro CS6, previously installed Flash Pro CS5.5 does not start, gives me the JVM initialization error all the time, regardless of which Xmx value I put for CS5.5