Upon booting up, press F8.
You need to get into Windows via a safe mode.
Once you're in Windows right-click My Computer.
Get into System Properties.
Click the Advanced tab, and then select Performance
Under the Virtual Memory section click the Change button.
Set your paging file to a larger size.
There's also another fix for this problem, you need to
physically go into the actual page file and edit it.
(Unfortunately, I can't remember offhand how to do it
that way, sorry!)
Hope this helps.
MIS Systems Analyst
Great Blue Heron Charity *
Port Perry, Ontario, Canada
>I was copying my Windows 2000 C drive to a new hard
>drive. There were a few stumbles but when I got it
>completed and fired up the system I got a 'Limeted
>Memory' warning and it said "You system has no paging
>file, or paging file is too small'. Then it tells how
>fix it. But this shows up right after I hit OK to log
>into the system. Then I get the warning and I hit OK
>I get the login screen again. How do I get Out of this
>loop and fix this.