Method for Windows 7:
Run the command line (Run) as administrator, write cmd in it, press “enter” (start-> programs-> standard-> click on the command line-> run as administrator)
A black window will open, enter the command bcdedit / set increaseuserva 2500 or 2990 press enter
We check: we enter bcdedit, we look at the increaseuserva parameter should be 2.5 GB or 2.9 GB
close everything, reboot.
Method for XP:
We find the boot.ini file located in the root section of the system, usually on c: (it can be a hidden file), go to the property and remove the read-only bird. Open boot.ini in any editor
looking for a string similar to
multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (0) partition (1) \ WINDOWS = “Micro soft Windows XP Professional RU” / noexecute = optin / fastdetect
and add the / 2.5GB key to the end
you get something like
multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (0) partition (1) \ WINDOWS = “Micro soft Windows XP Professional RU” / noexecute = optin / fastdetect / 2,5GB
Overloading – departures should stop.
If it suddenly does not help, you can play with the key / userva = 2900 (the last digit can be changed from 2000 to 3000), but this is at your own peril and risk.
P.S. Just in case, save the boot.ini as it is now.