ERROR! "There is not enough memory to open this scene."

I have a file that is proving impossible to reopen.
Whenever I open it i receive an error message that says
"There is not enough memory to open this scene. Your document is
not damaged and may be safely saved. To increase available memory,
close open documents or quit and use Get Info command in the Finder
to allocate more memory to Flash."
I have looked all over the internet for help and although
this seems to be a pretty popular problem, no one ever has a
solution. Some people claim it is because of a corrupt file they
tried to import. I don't have any files in the library of this
document and it is all completely vector.
I desperately need this file. Do have any ideas regarding
what I can do? Thanks a lot.

"thejublin" <[email protected]> wrote in
message news:e1bumn$92n$[email protected]..
> has anyone else ever received this error message?
You just posted that it seems to be a popular problem. We see
that complaint a lot, ever since MX2004 came out. Usually
associated
with the larger fla files.
Once the fla is corrupted there isn't a recover tool for it
(that I have heard of) You can start over or use a decompiler to
recover the pieces and code from it to use on your new one.
soThink swf decompiler can usually make a pretty good fla from a
working swf file (but not always)
tralfaz

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    Trevor.Dennis wrote:
    2166Mb really isn't enough for recent versions of Photoshop.
    Hey! Don't knock my system, Trevor.Dennis: Processor speed: 3492 MHz,
    Benjamin
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    I'm trying to think back through Photoshop versions, but IIRC it became hungry for RAM with CS5, but it might even have been CS4.  But certainly from CS5 onwards a 32 bit system was going to be severely compromised with its 3.5Gb RAM limit, of which Photoshop could access only a bit over 2Gb.  You might remember the 4Gb switch that let you use a bit more of your 4Gb of installed RAM.  That worked OK with XP but was still flakey, and third party plugins used to fall over all the time through lack of RAM — at least Photoshop has a Scratch drive.
    So nowadays you can forget trying to use Photoshop on 32bit hardware.  You need 64 bit and at least 8Gb RAM.  So like I said, the OP needs to look deeper into the 'apparent' over heating issue, and put that other 4Gb back in.  I can't even conceive of why a person would cripple their system by removing RAM. _Especially_ when it leaves just 4Gb

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    I'm using Adobe CS5 Extended on a PC running under Windows Vista Home Premium with 4GB RAM.  When I complete editing a RAW file in ACR and choose to Open Image into Photoshop, I often receive an error message "Could not complete your request because there is not enough memory (RAM)".  However, Task Manager shows that about 2.5 GB of RAM is in use, the rest is free.  Any ideas?

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    Noel Carboni wrote:
    Did you even TRY the advice given?  You have to make the change in the Preferences - Performance panel, then close and restart Photoshop to test it.
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    Noel Carboni wrote:
    You ARE aware you're talking to just other users here, right?  We're just regular folks who have LONG SINCE figured out that we need bigger machines to work on large Photoshop images. 
    I don't actually class 22MB as a large Photoshop image - you might, I don't.  If it had multiple layers, or I was doing massive amounts of processing, fair enough, but just opening the file from ACR?
    As for upgrading the machine to open the files, this is Adobe's official requirement for CS5.1:
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    1,024x768 display (1,280x800 recommended) with qualified hardware-accelerated OpenGL® graphics card, 16-bit color and 256MB VRAM
    The machine way excedes the requirements, so, I stand by what I said before.
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