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Firstly, are you serious ?
virtually no hard disk space(the install files need to extract with enough space to actually then install the software)
virtually no ram 256mb is barely enough for windows XP to start up. How are you going to run Flashbuilder
1.5ghz cpu - hmmm I don't think flashbuilder will run on a pda....
delivering a project in 3 days with beta software that you are obviously unfamiliar with...sounds almost like a mastercard ad
$100 for a cpu, $100 for some ram, $100 for some hard disk, look on the clients face when he saw the result- priceless...
hate to take the mickey, but I couldnt let something like this slide by it was just to easy
So what do I need now to do with it.
I can upgrade RAM. But how much of hard drive space required to Extract & install the Flash Builder 4 beta then ???
You can see the Flex Builder 3 system requirements at http://www.adobe.com/products/flex/systemreqs/, and the Flash Builder 4 beta system requirements at http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashbuilder4/#sysreqs (you may need to click on the Product Details tab and then click the System Requirements link).
I would try for at least 2GB of memory to run Eclipse/Flash Builder. As for hard drive space, I imagine you'd need at least 2-4GB to handle the installer files, installed app, and for your project files.