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From: PVS on 07/17/2004
The problem in my pc is ,when close any excel file my system hangs up (freezing ......).And when press CTL+ALT+Delete it shows the error message "The System is dangerously low in resource !
Would you like terminate the following application ?
Microsoft Excel [Not responding].When i click on yes then my system freezes up.
I tried renaming normal.dot to oldnormal.dot but it did not work for me .Still my system is in same stage i.e "system dangerously low"
Any more suggestion please .........!!!
I have un installed and reinstalled ms office 2k but still same problem
HELP Please.................
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From: Jack on 08/17/2004
FOR THE PROBLEM WITH EXCEL, TRY THIS:-
XL2000: "The System Is Dangerously Low on Resources" Error Message When You Start
Excel
The information in this article applies to:
Microsoft Excel 2000

SYMPTOMS
When you start Excel 2000, the program abruptly quits and you receive the following
error message:

The system is dangerously low on resources.
CAUSE
This issue may occur if the Excel toolbar file (Excel.xlb) is damaged. The Excel
toolbar file stores information about menu changes and about any custom menus that
you may have created.
RESOLUTION
To determine whether the Excel.xlb file is at fault, first start Excel 2000 in Safe
mode. Safe mode bypasses the Excel toolbar file, any startup or shutdown macros that
you may have configured, and any files in the XLStart folder. To do this, follow
these steps:
Click Start, and then click Run.
Click Browse, and then navigate to Excel.exe in the following location:
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office

In the Open box, add a /s switch to the end of the file path, as follows:
"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\Excel.exe" /s

Click OK.
If you still receive the error message, the problem does not reside in the Excel.xlb
file. The error may reside in the Microsoft Windows operating system, in which case
you will want to contact Microsoft Windows Product Support for help. For a complete
list of Microsoft Product Support Services phone numbers and information about support
costs, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=fh;EN-US;CNTACTMS

If you do not still receive the error message, the Excel toolbar file may be damaged.
Use Windows Explorer to locate the Excel toolbar file, located in the C:\Windows\Application
Data\Microsoft\Excel folder and named:
Excel.xlb, if your computer is not connected to a network or is not set up with a
logon prompt.
-or-

Username.xlb, where Username is your user logon name.
Right-click the Excel toolbar file, and then click Rename.
Change the file-name extension to .old. For example, if the file was named "Excel.xlb,"
change it to "Excel.old."
Quit Windows Explorer.
Start Excel 2000.
The program now starts and you can re-create your customized toolbar settings.
Last Reviewed: 1/2/2003
Keywords: kbprb kberrmsg KB812133

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