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[RESOLVED] Windows File Extracting Error


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mrdrphil007

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I've been trying to install Windows Media Player 11, but it keeps giving me this (attachment) error. As you can see, I am not low on disk space or memory. I've tried changing my page file and redownloading, but it gives me the same error. Can anybody help me out?

EDIT - this is my first time installing a RAID-0 setup, so this error might be related to that. I'm still getting random BSODs at times... :whistling:

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Edited by mrdrphil007, 29 December 2006 - 02:36 PM.

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Judging from the screenshot, it looks like you are performing a copying process of mp3 files. If you are trying to install Windows Media Player at the same time this could be the cause of low memory. You should always close any other applications or file-copying processes when you are about to install something.

Edited by pip22, 28 December 2006 - 01:49 PM.

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Nevermind. Somehow, firefox got corrupted by my raid-0 array. I installed new Silicon Image drivers and reinstalled firefox. Everything is good now. Firefox was corrupting my downloads. Thanks anyway.
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