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d silva
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I have it in a directory on the E: drive that has 1.4 GB available. When I click on the file to open it I receive the following pop-up:
Error writing file= There may not be enough temporary disk space. Try using "-is:tempdir" to use a temporary directory on a partition with more disk space.
1) I would have thought that 1.4 GB would be enough to open almost any file.
2) I'm at a loss as where to write this.
Your time and help are greatly appreciated.
dsilva@network-communications.net
 
Dirk Schreckmann
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As this would seem to be a problem with using your operating system, let's continue the conversation over in the General Computing forum, where you've posted the same question.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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