2002.08.21 08:34 "Re: OT: large memory allocation in Windows", by Rob van den Tillaart
- stop all services not needed
- try to allocate memory before starting anything else
- a last (awful) solution is to write a memory-class, which maps chunks of memory on some virtual contiguous memory. (looks a hell of a job to me). Memory allocated by this class could only be accessed through this class, not by pointer aritmatic like "x = *p + 35".