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spidey9494

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I have a user that is having trouble saving files to a few folders in her "My Documents" She'll get an error saying "The disk you were saving to or disk used for temporary files is full. Free some space on this disk and try again, or save to a different disk." Now it will allow her to creat a new folder in My Documents and save work there or anywhere else for that matter. I already tired clearing her Temp. Internet folder just to clear the cache for the heck of it.... but that didn't work. Is there something else I could try.


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Try deleting the files found here:
C:\Documents and Settings\USER NAME\Local Settings\Temp

How big is the hard drive, and is it partitioned? Does she have enough room on the drive My Docs lives on?

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Oh yeah..... she has over 35 gig free. And the drive is one partition. But I'll double check on that just to make sure. I try clearing the Temp folder.... I may have missed that. The users don't have access to much since they are locked down.

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It sounds like they have some kind of user allotment enabled. You may want to look at the disk Properties.
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