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Released : Hotfix For Vista "Out of Memory" Error When Copying Files.

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Released : Hotfix For Vista "Out of Memory" Error When Copying Files.
IF you get an error message when you try to copy files, especially large numbers of files, from a Windows Vista-based computer to another computer by using Windows Explorer: "Out of memory There is not enough memory to complete this operation", the you can request or download a Hotfix for this from Microsoft.

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Don't know if this hotfix works
I originally needed this hotfix because I was getting the memory error while trying to copy files from my old PC, XP, to my new PC, Vista.

I installed this hot fix today. I don't know if it worked or not because it would not let me see any other PC on my network so that I could copy files. I uninstalled the hotfix and I can see the other PCs on my network again. So I am stuck with either a PC that will need to be rebooted after copying so many files or one that cannot see the network.

Has anyone else seen this issue with the hotfix?
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