If you’re experiencing symptoms such as slowed performance or errors when working with large files in Illustrator, you may be running into not enough memory. This can be caused by issues such as low disk space, running out of memory while working with large files, or even an Illustrator installation that’s out of date.
There are a few things you can do to try and fix not enough memory in Illustrator. First, make sure you’re using the appropriate version of Illustrator. If you’re using an older version, you may not have the features or support needed to work with large files. Second, try reducing the file size of your files.
This can help reduce the amount of memory needed to open them. Finally, consider upgrading your Illustrator installation. Upgrading can provide additional memory and support for working with large files.