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Did you try running the projector in Compatibility mode (right click the
executable, Properties, Compatibility tab, ... ?
Sean - thanks for that suggestion! However, it did not fix the problem - same error message.
"mogdriver" <firstname.lastname@example.org> posted in
> Not being a tech type or the original creator, I'm stumped.
Your best bet is to contact the authors of the project. They may have an
updated version that is compatible with modern operating systems.
> It would seem the problem is related to Director, not Windows.
A little of both. Director 6 came out years before WinXP and couldn't
anticipate that Windows would change how it reports RAM (bytes, KBytes,
MBytes, etc.). Lots of software had to go through an upgrade to be compatible
Because of this, searching Google for the phrase, "This program requires at
least 3MB" pulls up around 76,800 hits (I have reason to doubt their hit
counts these days) with work-arounds that may or may not work on every
Here's one of them that even mentions Director 6.
It the steps listed on that page have also been posted in here off and on
over the years.
Mark A. Boyd
Thanks to Mark and Sean, I've got a fix! Fiddling with the Compatability settings didn't do the deed, but the link that Mark provided hit the mark when adapted to XP's structure. Even I was able to make the changes and create a workaround text for others. You guys are the best!