13Misfit13 Posted January 28, 2008 Share Posted January 28, 2008 I am trying to open a .psd file that is 2048x2048 and am getting a message that reads "Not enough memory to open file." Now this may sound stupid to some of you but I am not a computer buff...so my question is, The message I am getting, does it mean that my computer does not have enough RAM/Memory to open the file, or is it to say that Paint.net does not have enough allocated memory to open the file - and if thats the case is there something I can do to give it (Paint.net) more memory so that I can open the file? Edit-this may help a little more but the message I am getting is from the paint.net program, but after my computer tells me I am low on virtual memory. Like I said...I know this may sound stupid to some of you but I am not computer literate. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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