Microsoft KB Archive/100563
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The error message "Picture too big, corrupt, or wrong format" occurs when you try to insert a picture or .BMP file in a screen or when you are using an @ ... SAY command.
This error is caused by not having enough memory available in the user memory pool.
In order to use .BMP files that are 1024 x 768 and 256 colors or larger, you must set the MEMLIMIT minimum to 3072 (MEMLIMIT=90,3072,4096). For resolutions below 1024 x 768, you should have the MEMLIMIT minimum set to 2048 (MEMLIMIT=90,2048,4096). These minimum limits will vary from picture to picture.
Steps to Reproduce Behavior
Additional query words: FoxWin 2.50 2.50a 2.50b 2.60 2.60a errmsg err msg
Keywords : kberrmsg FxenvConfigfp Version : 2.5x 2.6x Platform : WINDOWS Issue type :
Last Reviewed: August 13, 1999