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. email@example.com
posted 12 years ago
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.