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[HELP] Can't install Hyrbid - Out of memory.
#11
Try to unpack with INNOUNP. (innounp.sf.net)

Maybe its W11's bug?!
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#12
Works fine on Windows 11 here. :/
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#13
My first idea is: the installer file is corrupted.
Did you download the installer a second time?
The size of the installer file must be 720 MB (737.293 KB / 754.987.235 Bytes / all with Windows Explorer).

What is the free space on drive C?
Where is the installer stored, drive C, drive D, ...?
Did you run a health check of the drives?

Am I right, that the installer starts the installation process and at some point you get an error message?
Is it always the same error message?

What user-rights are you working with at the installation: normal user or admin?
Try to install to a different folder (ex. D:\test), where you have complete access to write files.

As far as I have learnt, such an error message ("Out of memory") is just the information, that something went wrong, but the system can't tell what.

Best
Stephan
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#14
Maybe low VM ?
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#15
(11.12.2021, 09:19)Selur Wrote: I just checked during compression&packaging the Inno Installer script eats ~27GB or RAM (basically all used for the compression with lzma), but the RAM usage during decompression and installation should be well below 4GB of RAM. Just checked,installer used ~1GB here, so my guess is still that there is something running on your system that is interfereing some how with the installer. (deinstaller only uses a few MB)

Cu Selur

I have nothing else running during the install. Not even in the background.

(11.12.2021, 15:13)mk-will Wrote: My first idea is: the installer file is corrupted.
Did you download the installer a second time?
The size of the installer file must be 720 MB (737.293 KB / 754.987.235 Bytes / all with Windows Explorer).

Not corrupted, I downloaded the latest version, a dev version, and an older version several times. It was able to install perfectly fine on my last Windows install.

(11.12.2021, 15:13)mk-will Wrote: What is the free space on drive C?

It's not even close to being full. Around half free.

(11.12.2021, 15:13)mk-will Wrote: Where is the installer stored, drive C, drive D, ...?

In my downloads folder in my C drive.

(11.12.2021, 15:13)mk-will Wrote: Did you run a health check of the drives?

All healthy.

(11.12.2021, 15:13)mk-will Wrote: Am I right, that the installer starts the installation process and at some point you get an error message?

The moment the installation starts, it errors out.

(11.12.2021, 15:13)mk-will Wrote: Is it always the same error message?

Yep. Out of memory.

(11.12.2021, 15:13)mk-will Wrote: What user-rights are you working with at the installation: normal user or admin?

Tried both, same result.

(11.12.2021, 15:13)mk-will Wrote: Try to install to a different folder (ex. D:\test), where you have complete access to write files.

Same error.

(11.12.2021, 18:08)shazzla Wrote: Maybe low VM ?

I'm not even running a VM.

I have 64GB of RAM and plenty of free space. This should not be happening.
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#16
Ups. Sorry.

I mean Virtual Memory. Swap file,not Virtual Machine.
My mistake?!
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#17
Lightbulb 
AFAIK all the installer does is unpack Hybrid to the directory you specify.

Try this:

Download and run Universal Extractor (UniExtract.exe):
https://github.com/Bioruebe/UniExtract2/...actRC3.zip

Drag and drop (from Explorer) the Hybrid setup file (latest official is Hybrid_2021.12.12.1_SETUP.exe) onto the Universal Extractor window.

What happens? Do you still get the error? Does it give any more information?
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#18
Cannot unpack using latest INNOUNP ,but installs fine. Interesting... Big Grin
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#19
In case it's interessting I' using 'Inno Stup Version 6.0.5' to build the installer.
I also attached the InnoInstallerScript I use.
I build the installer on a Windows 11 machine with 32GB ram and a Ryzen 9 3950x.
2021.07.18.1 release was build on Windows 10 with 32GB ram and a Ryzen 7 1800x. (upgraded the system and the cpu)

Cu Selur
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