NotaBobR. Posted January 2, 2020 Share Posted January 2, 2020 Hello guys, i tried to open a older .pdn (from 2013 i think) with ~29mb filesize. I know that this file has a lot of layers and a very, very high resolution, but without much informations on nearly all layers, except the base layer. Today i tried to open the file with pdn 4.2.8, but it wasnt possible anymore because of "not enough memory". Ive created the file on the exact same computer (which is a i7 2800k with 16GB of ram and win7 x64 on it. only a 1080ti was added in 2018) Task-Manager told me, that there is over 11gb of free/available ram space. Even the installed OS is the same, but of course with more security updateds, higher pdn version and so one. Im sure, that it was possible to open the file in 2013 with less free/available ram space because i had VMWare workstation running back then while i was editing the file. So, what could be the reason? Are there any changes since the 2013 pdn version which might have a higher ram consumption? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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