How can I determine what Windows 2000 is running in 16-bit memory space?
I have used a VB4 application for years that no longer works. When I try to start it, I get a message saying “Not enough room to allocate control array”. VB4 is a 16-bit program. I’ve been told that other progams an drivers are using too much 16-bit space, so the program no longer has room to run. Is there a way to see what's running in 16-bit memory?
It’s been awhile since I last used the program and I can’t remember what I’ve added to my machine since then. The program doesn’t use the registry. I’m running Windows 2000 Professional.