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 Post subject: B.E Memory Leak in OS W10 Build 19043+
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Hello everyone,
Have you ever had a macro stop working after a few hours? or is your system experiencing a performance drop after a few hours ? and even B.e be Crashes which causes your system to hang?
if ever, there are several things that cause it to happen one of which is a memory leak. yep, there is a memory handling error on your system which results in memory usage in the application being not always bloated every time the repetition process occurs.
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So how to solve it? I've done a lot of research on this like changing the way my script works to be more efficient or even adding lines of code like
Code:
Color.Flush screen dump cache()
Macro.Pause("1000")

But it didn't work.
i ran into it when i tried to update my windows to windows 11. i think b.e is working fine on w11. but not as I expected, a memory leak occurs.
I was curious and did some windows installation and even updated all the existing drivers. etc.

in the end I came to the conclusion:

B.E.M is not working properly on windows 10 build 10943+
so I just wanted to give it a try to anyone who's had the same experience as me. The Best Solution is to use Windows Below Version 10943--.

This script I use to find out if there is a memory leak when Runinng BEM for a long time.
Code:
     begin loop()
          if  Window.Title of active window is("MyGame", "No")
               begin
                    Function.Execute("AutoPotion")
                    //Color.Flush screen dump cache()
                    //Macro.Pause("1000")
               end
     end
function("AutoPotion")
     begi
          if  Memory.Value is below("{PIN}", "{currentHPMemoryAddress}", "4", "{MinHealth}")
               begin
                    Function.Execute setting 1 variable("PressKey", "key", "{HealthPotionKey}")
                    Function.Execute setting 1 variable("PressKey", "key", "{HealthPotionKey2}")
               end
          if  Memory.Value is below("{PIN}", "{currentMPMemoryAddress}", "4", "{MinMana}")
               begin
                    Function.Execute setting 1 variable("PressKey", "key", "{ManaPotionKey}")
               end
     end
function

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Thank you for the feedback. I'll talk to the developer and look into it.

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