It WAS a vain hope. For the moment, I can still open my AI and EPS files
in Illy 9, but not in CS 4 (Illy 14). The "not enough memory to open
illustration" error persists -- although at the moment I have Outlook
2003, Frame 7p1, and Illustrator 9 open -- and am only using about 2
percent of my CPU resources.

Any ideas on what to do next?


-----Original Message-----
From: Pinkham, Jim 
Sent: Thursday, March 12, 2009 1:13 PM
To: 'Art Campbell'; Free Framers; FrameUsers List;
TCS-Users at
Subject: RE: [semi-OT] Anyone having problems with this morning's
Acrobat and Reader patches?

Art, I am two weeks into the trial of Illy CS 4 and suddenly began
encountering the dreaded "Not enough memory" error right after accepting
the Reader "upgrade" this morning. It was a bit mortifying, to say the
least, to not be able to open any of my graphics files with Illustrator!
I immediately uninstalled Reader 9.1, rebooted, and reinstalled the
Illustrator CS 4 trial. Then off to lunch, and just back. I'm hoping for
the best, and about to learn whether that is a vain hope or not.

I'm running Frame 7p1 for the moment (though will be testing TCS2 very
soon). Also using Acrobat Pro 6 (another reason why I'm ready to test
TCS). System is XP SP 2, and I have 2 GB of RAM.


Jim Pinkham
Product Documentation Designer
Voith Paper Fiber Systems
Appleton, WI  54911-8687

-----Original Message-----
[mailto:framers-bounces at] On Behalf Of Art Campbell
Sent: Thursday, March 12, 2009 12:29 PM
To: Free Framers; FrameUsers List; TCS-Users at
Subject: [semi-OT] Anyone having problems with this morning's Acrobat
and Reader patches?

I'm working in a mixed Acrobat 8/9 environment, and in the wake of
applying the 9.1 upgrade to my system, things have gotten a little

(Because some co-workers are running 8, I think they received the
complementary 8 security patch to fix the Java execution security hole,
but I don't _know_ that.)

In any case, after the required system reboot, the first time I ran
9.1 Acrobat, some tools -- like the Comment set -- didn't exist. I shut
it down and restarted Acrobat, and they showed up.

At about the same time, my co-worker was working in 8 on a shared review
on a remote server. Her existing comments didn't show up. The review
server is also acting flakey.

Any thoughts? Anyone having similar issues?


Art Campbell
               art.campbell at
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and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson
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