I had that problem with Windows 2000, when there wasn\'t enough memory to load a particular sample. If I unloaded a few to free some up, it would work. For this reason, I switched back to Windows 98SE. I can load way more samples now than with 2000 - I\'m sure the OS just hogs more memory than 98 so I went back. I think a well configured 98 machine is leaner and more efficient for Giga.
I have Win98 and went test-upgrading to Windows 2000. I bought Win 2000 only for this test.
I HAD EXACTLY THE SAME PROBLEM WITH memory allocation. I assume we simply have a nasty BUG here in Giga.
By the time I wrote to help-desk twice or so and they did not give me any answer. The link from pmuse is only general \"blabla\" and does not hit the point.
After testing a number of configurations I gave up, went back to Win98 and I am still quite happy with it.