Microsoft recommends that you follow the following steps to troubleshoot the problem:
1. Reduce the number of running programs.
2. Remove unwanted files from the disk the paging file is on and restart the system.
3. Check the paging file disk for an I/O error.
4. Install additional memory in your system.
If the problem is not caused by a shortage of memory, then probably a bug in the application is causing the error. See if there are any updates for the application.
This problem has also been caused by Antivirus software while installing a Service Pack (M265824).
See the links below for more information on this error.
Symbolic name: ERROR_NOT_ENOUGH_MEMORY
This error occurs if duplicate principal names exist. Unique principal names are crucial for ensuring mutual authentication. Thus, duplicate principal names are strictly forbidden, even across multiple realms. Without unique principal names, the client has no way of ensuring that the server it is communicating with is the correct one. You must remove the duplicate principal name in order for Kerberos authentication to function. To find the duplicate SPN, you can use the LDP tool, or you can use the Ldifde utility. Read "Troubleshooting Kerberos Errors" and "Service Logons Fail Due to Incorrectly Set SPNs" for information on dealing with duplicate SPNs.
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