Out Of Memory
When trying to access a network share on your computer from the NMT, you may receive an "Out of memory" error. This is not an error of the NMT, it is not the NMT which is running out of memory or failing in any way. This is caused by the sharing computer running out of memory in it's default IRP stack size.
The symptom may be accompanied by an Event ID: 2011, in your Windows computer Eventlog. The way to solve this is simply to increase the IRP stack size in your computer's registry
See below the official information from Microsoft about this issue and a description of how to edit your registry to increase the IRP stack size:
Not enough server storage is available to process this command is a message that you can receive when you try to access a shared resource on a network.
The Event ID: 2011 may also be written referring to the configuration parameter IRPStackSize. If the IRPStackSize is not present in the Registry the default value which may not be large enough for the server service to administer shared folders on some of the physical drives.
To solve this problem open the Registry and navigate to the key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\lanmanserver\parameters and check if the string IRPStackSize exists.
If it does not exist create a new Dword with the name IRPStackSize.
The default value for this Dword is 18 and you should raise the value by adding 3 to it. The first value for IRPStackSize would be 21.
Reboot your computer and see if that solved the problem. If you still get the error message add 3 again and reboot your computer again.
- This issue can also be caused by your Anti-virus/firewall app having a compatibility issue with another app installed on your PC.
- Kaspersky Internet Security has problems with a few apps causing this problem, usually spyware/malware apps such as AntiMalwareBytes or Spybot.