I allocated too much Java Heap Space and TreeAge Pro does not start.

If you over allocate Heap Space and TreeAge Pro does not start up there is an easier way to fix it rather than re-installing TreeAge Pro.

For Windows

  1. Run Notepad as administrator. Right Click on Notepad Icon and select Run As Administrator. This is just in case your folders in C:\Program Files\ have administrative access restriction.
  2. Select Open file and navigate to were TreeAge Pro is installed. Typically: C:\Program Files\TreeAgePro
  3. Open file TreeAgePro.ini
  4. Change the over allocated memory entry: e.g. -Xmx7000m ; To something that works e.g. -Xmx768m is the default setting.
  5. Save TreeAgePro.ini and restart TreeAgePro. It should now start up correctly.

For Mac OSX

  1. Open Finder and Navigate to where TreeAge Pro is installed.  Typically  Applications\TreeAge Pro XXXX\
  2. Select and Right Click on TreeAgePro select "Show Package Contents"
  3. Select Contents
  4. Select MacOS
  5. Select and Double Click on TreeAgePro.ini, this will open TreeAgePro.ini in Text Edit.
  6. Change the over allocated memory entry: e.g. -Xmx7000m ; To something that works e.g. -Xmx768m is the default setting.
  7. Save TreeAgePro.ini and restart TreeAgePro. It should now start up correctly.

 

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