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Date:         Wed, 6 Jan 1999 00:57:41 +0200
Reply-To:     Tolga Korkunįkaya
Sender:       "SPSSX(r) Discussion" <SPSSX-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From:         Tolga Korkunįkaya
Organization: metu department of sociology
Subject:      Re: SPSS memory proplems
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I don't think the problem is with the memory, since the comps in the lab as James tells are not terminals lack of memory or free space. I don't have any alternative solutions for you but i think that the problem should be clarified first before going to memory or OS upgrade. It is possible that any other program running in the backwards may be the reason for the crashes.

Jolie Kanter wrote:

> Adding another 32 Mb RAM and upgrading to Win 98 should result > in much better performance. Also, make sure to run defragmentation > utilities regularly to optimize the hard drive. (Rebooting from Windows > often causes file fragmentation which degrades performance further.) > > James Ross wrote: > > > > I am using SPSS 8.0 in a computer lab consisting of 24 computers plus > > one for the instructor. We had problems with memory allocation all > > semester...just running something as basic as Frequencies or > > Crosstabs. Our Computer Services department informs me that this is > > something to be ecpected using SPSS and there isn't anything that can > > be done. In addition, we have had monitors freeze up and the screen > > loolks like a bad satellite feed..only rebooting clears the monitor. > > > > any suggestions? > > > > win 95 > > 32 meg ram > > 3.0 gig free on the hard drive > > running on a novell network > > spss loaded on each machine in the lab > > > > james > > > > ------------------------------- > > James F. Ross > > Instructor of Psychology > > Southwest Baptist University > > Bolivar, Missouri > > > > Fax: 417.326.1732 > > Voice: 417.326.1735

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