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Please help.

Just installed drivers onto colleagues laptop for microphone. It now says cannot load profile not enough space on disk!


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OS? This used to occur on windows 2000 when the user profile was improperly formed. The solution was to make sure the EVERYONE permission to the c:\winnt folder was applied, and this was accomplished by booting into the administrator account

I have not seen it occur in windows xp....is there enough space?
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Hello - yes it is Windows 2000... Would it be because of the drivers I installed? I was able to login as administrator directly after I installed them and all appeared ok...
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OS? This used to occur on windows 2000 when the user profile was improperly formed. The solution was to make sure the EVERYONE permission to the c:\winnt folder was applied, and this was accomplished by booting into the administrator account

I have not seen it occur in windows xp....is there enough space?


Hello,

All sorted. Apparently it was a coincidence! My manager disabled the roaming profile on the server and then my colleague was able to login fine...
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ahh, okey doke...hate those coincidences....I was going to say check the permissions, but you are squared away, so thanks for filling us in.
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ahh, okey doke...hate those coincidences....I was going to say check the permissions, but you are squared away, so thanks for filling us in.


No worries. I hate it too - especially when what happens isn't your fault because people still associate you with the mistake!

ps,

My colleague is into martial arts too :blink: so even scarier if something goes wrong :whistling: lol!
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just tell him his kung foo is weak and that your tech kung foo is powerful--if he gives you any trouble he will never see his MP3s again
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just tell him his kung foo is weak and that your tech kung foo is powerful--if he gives you any trouble he will never see his MP3s again


Heh!

Hey, what makes you think it's a he? :whistling:

I will tell HER that! :blink:

Thanks for you help!

Leah.
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thought you wrote "....now he cannot load" earlier.

There was no intended slight to female gender...I am an equal opportunity "get my butt kicked by anyone who knows kung fu" kind of person
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thought you wrote "....now he cannot load" earlier.

There was no intended slight to female gender...I am an equal opportunity "get my butt kicked by anyone who knows kung fu" kind of person


No worries. Just kiddin ya!
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