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03-09-2011 05:53 PM
I have this problem in Win XP on a secure network with pretty much basic settings while on the other hand, i've installed it on a Win7 non secure network...
Had to accept to open the firewall for this application on Win7 and then it worked fine
Can this be firewall related?! ... i don,t beleive so but i'll first of all make sure that this software is what i need before trying to make it work on my WinXP machine
03-14-2011 04:27 PM
Increase the File System Memory of the simulator will solve the probelm.
On your project in Eclipse right click and go to Run As -> Run Configurations.
Select Simulator tab and then select Memory tab.
Under Memory tab, enter file system size 104857600. Apply and Run.
03-15-2011 12:57 AM
Enter the appropriate Filesystem-size value that works for you. For 9800 Filesytem-size=157286400 is working for me.
For some other simulators available under 5.0, filesystem-size=104857600 is working.
hit and try. do run clean.bat. You may get the error like File System too large etc., just try what filesystem-size value works for you.
You can set it through Eclipse or can use fledgelauncher.exe to create a new device profile and do the settings.
03-23-2011 09:35 PM
I was having the same problem as everyone else and using the systemsize=104857600 did get me past the problem. However, the 9800 simulator is still encountering a problem. I get the following error:
Error - JVM - BlackBerry 9800 Simulator
JVM: Could not load
net_rim_vad_engine_resource_en_US-10.cod - filesystem is full
BTW: my system is an older Sony VIAO VGN-FS500P laptop that I reloaded with XP and fully service packed. It has 2 GB RAM, a 1.6GHz CPU, 100 GB HD (77GB Free). It's sole purpose in life right now is for BlackBerry development. I am using the BlackBerry JDE ver.22.214.171.124 with Java 6.0 U24, Java DB 10.6.2.1, and J2SE runtime Environment 5.0.
Any suggestions appreciated.
04-11-2011 09:24 AM
had this while having only 512 free in C:\ drive (inside vm) ...
05-12-2012 05:25 PM - edited 05-12-2012 05:33 PM
same error is apear with my simulator, i am using JRE 7
with blackberry 9930 simulator
the message said: " JVM: file system is full"
i tried to change memroy size of the simulator but another error message is occured: " cannot run rim_com_font...." something like this..
now i tried also to clean up the simulator but i only cleaned "remove files from file system .dmp"
i didnt tried anything alse beacuse i affraid.. i am developing my senior project and at the end of this month i have to submit my App to be graduate ..
i am really want to solve this problem as soon as possible.. please help
i am using Windows 7