I have a Windows 2000 machine that's giving me a problem. When I boot and log on to the machine, it displays the following error message: Your maximum registry size is too small. To ensure that Windows runs properly, increase your registry size. How can I correct this error?
The solution is to increase the Registry Size Limit (RSL) value. Open the Control Panel System applet and go to the Advanced tab. Click Performance Options, then click Change (in the Performance Options dialog box's Virtual Memory section). The Virtual Memory dialog box, which Figure 2 shows, contains the RSL settings. Increase the value in the Maximum registry size (MB) text box; I recommend at least twice the Current registry size value. You'll need to reboot the machine for the changes to the RSL value to take effect.