01-03-2011 10:42 PM
I am experiencing the same issue described here: http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/Java-Develo
When attempting to launch the 9800 simulator from within the BlackBerry JDE to debug an application, I receive the error message "Filesystem too big." If I Ignore the error, I receive the error message "Error inside JVM: Access violation writing to 0x00000008" and my only option is to "Exit". None of the responses in the post noted above worked for me. The last post suggests the possible problem, but no solutions. As it was an older stale post, I decided it would be best to re-post.
Here are the things I have tried:
1) Rebooting my computer
2) Running clean.bat
3) Checking physical memory/RAM availability (in excess of 1GB)
4) Checking virtual memory allocation (currently set to 2046 MB)
5) Freeing up hard drive space (45GB free)
6) Running a disk defrag
7) Uninstalling and reinstalling all simulators and the BlackBerry JDE
What else can I try? Has anybody else experienced this issue?
Thanks in advance!
01-03-2011 11:03 PM
that's interesting, because I've got something opposite: the 9800 sim works fine, but yesterday the 9500 one suddenly started dying on startup with this error. Now even a complete OS reboot does not cure the problem. I really cannot think of anything I did that would cause this, certainly i didn't reconfigure the sim or mess with JDK...
01-03-2011 11:09 PM
01-04-2011 07:52 AM
Thanks for the reply RexDoug. I tried deleting the *.dmp files from the simulator directory and attempted to start the simulator again. The error still occurs. Any other suggestions?
01-04-2011 09:16 PM
I uninstalled the JDE/simulator, deleted all simulator and JDE directories, and reinstalled the JDE. Still receiving the error message. Any other ideas?
01-13-2011 03:19 AM
how can we get rid from the launching error? please have it here, anyone?! that would be a big help. thanks in advance! btw, im using windows xp, with limited specs of 512 memory, 40gb hd, is that relevant with the error? i hope it doesn't.