Do you have an issue with your PC’s ‘Not enough memory resources are available to process this command’ message? Are you lost as to how to proceed? We’re here to assist you in resolving the issue. In this post, we’ll look at some of the options for dealing with it.
Troubleshooting “Not Enough Memory Resources are Available to Process this Command” Error
Try these workarounds before proceeding with the major fixes. Users are often able to resolve this serious issue using the following workarounds. Give them a shot.
1. Restart the PC
2. Keep enough space
3. Install the pending Windows updates
Let’s take a look at some easy ways to get rid of the “Not Enough Memory Resources Are Available To Process This Command” problem.
Fix:1- Change IRPStackSize Range (Using Registry Editor)
This problem can be fixed by setting IRPStackSize Range to 20 in the registry editor. Here’s how to go about it.
– To launch the Run dialog, press the Windows key and R at the same time.
– Press “OK” after typing “regedit.”
– Find and select the following subkey:
If you can’t find the IRPStackSize entry, try the following:
“Edit,” “New,” and “DWORD Value” are the options.
Enter “IRPStackSize” into the search box.
Select “Edit” and then “Modify.”
In the Data Value box, type a larger number and click OK (the values range from 0x1 to 0xC and refer to numbers 1 through 12)
If the problem persists, repeat these procedures while increasing the IRPStackSize.
Fix:2- Fix it With Command Prompt
This is one of the simplest approaches because all we have to do is run a single command and the computer will take care of the rest.
Here’s how to do it.
Step 1: In the Start Menu, right-click the Windows logo.
Step 2– Go to “Administrative Command Prompt” (Command Prompt).
Step 3 – Permission will be requested. Allow it, and the command prompt will open with the Administrator’s rights.
Step 4 – Type sfc/ scannow into the command prompt. The system file check will be done, and any corrupted or missing system files will be repaired. If you run this command again, you might see the message “Not Enough Memory Resources are Available to Process this Command.”
It may be due to a problem with the Windows image. We can use the DISM tool to correct it. Deployment Imaging and Servicing Management (DISM) is an acronym for Deployment Imaging and Servicing Management.
Step 5 – Hit enter after typing this command.
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
Step 6 – Run the command and wait for the process to finish. It might take a while. Restart the computer after the process is finished to see if the error has been resolved.
Fix:3- Repair PC with Windows 10 Disk
There are two elements to this strategy. The first step is to prepare the bootable drive, and the second is to repair it.
Part 1: Create a Bootable Disk (has to be performed on other PC)
Step 1– Get a USB flash drive or an external hard drive ready (with at least 8GB free space).
Step 2– Go to https://www.microsoft.com/en-au/software-download/windows10 to download Windows 10. The Media Creation Tool is available for download.
Part 2: Windows Upgrade Repair
Step 1: Connect the bootable drive to the PC that displays the message “not enough memory resources are available to process this command.”
Step 2: Execute the Setup.exe file.
Step 3: Select “Upgrade Windows 10” and uncheck “check for new updates.”
Step 4: Decide whether or not you wish to keep all of the files.
Step 5: Finish the process by following the rest of the on-screen instructions.
Check to see if the error has been resolved by restarting the computer.
Fix:4- Delete Temporary Files
As you surf different websites on the internet, temporary files are automatically saved on your computer. They can occasionally cause conflicts with system files, resulting in an error stating that “not enough memory resources are available to process this command.”
Temporary files should be deleted because they are unwanted. Another benefit of removing temporary files is that it frees up space on your hard drive.
To delete temporary files, follow the steps below.
Step 1– Press Windows + R. 2nd, press Windows + R. 3rd, press Windows + R.
Step 2– Type %temp% and click Ok.
Step 3 – The Temporary Files folder will be opened. CTRL+A on any of these temporary files. All of the files will be selected.
Step 4 – Using the Remove key on the keyboard, delete all of the files.
Check to see if the problem has been resolved by restarting the computer.
I am certain that you will be able to correct the problem using all of the strategies described in this post. Hopefully, one of the solutions given here will assist you in resolving the error “Not enough memory resources are available to process this command “.