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when i try to download there is a prolem with %APPDATA%. help please&#


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sillymoo6

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:) HI,idont know much about the workings of computers!! We have had our comp for 1 year and had no probs till now. Every time i try to download something, it says it cant complete due %APPDATA%. I have no idea what this means!! Also itunes wont load as it says it cant find the folder! I have tried a registry cleanup but there is a few problems that just wont go away!
If anyone could help me, i would be very grateful!!! PLEASE!!
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Hello hello,

Is this the error?

Error 1606: Could Not Access Network Location %APPDATA%\ ?

If so, this page will help you.
LINK

Make sure you are checking the vista table. If you need more help, holler. Seems a lot of people have this problem.

-Jason :)

Edit: Since vista doesn't have a "run" icon, right on the Startup menu - and you

dont know much about the workings of computers

Thought you should know you can just type:
Regedit.exe
into the search bar when clicking on the Start Icon.

:)

Edited by OpenOutcome, 17 July 2009 - 06:08 PM.

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I have tried a registry cleanup but there is a few problems that just wont go away!


For future reference, I highly recommend that you don't use any registry cleaners on your PC. These can really damage a system and they rarely solve any problems :)

-mp
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Thankyou for your replies :)
Jason thanks ,that is the error that comes up, and i will try what the link suggests later and let u know if it works! :)
Mp thankyou, i just wish i had found this site sooner! I hope t hasnt done too much damage to my computer! :)
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:) :) A BIG BIG THANKYOU jason!!!
I have just done everything on the link you sent me and it seems to have worked so once again THANKYOU!!! :) I wish i had found this site sooner and will def be recommending you guys to my friends xx xx
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Haha - your very welcome. :)
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