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Maulik

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Hello,

Everytime i try to intall a driver for a printer or any other device, i get an error which says:

-16bit Windows Subsystem-
-C:\DOCUME~1\Baldev\LOCALS~1\Temp\. A temporary file needed for initialization could not be created of could not be written to. Make sure that the directory path exist, and disk space is available. Choost 'Close' to terminate the application.-

What can be the problem? This Error is getting very annoying and i need to fix. Can someone please help me with this?

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Try here

http://www.geekstogo...showtopic=48310
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I ran that program and the error still pops up.
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Click start then run, type %TEMP% then press enter, press edit then select all, right click any file, click delete, it should now ask to confirm delete of all files, confirm

It may not let you delete all the files but remove as many as you can
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Did that, But that dang error still comes up. Any idea what might cause this. I posted the Hijack this log on maleware forums if you prolly want to check it out see if that can help.

Any other suggestion that might help.

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See what the result of the HJT log is
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i been checking on them for past 2 hours but no one has replied to it yet.

im Guessing no one wants to mess with it . lol

Thanks Keith
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If there is malware on the PC then it will stop worthwhile changes, so best to wait
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alrite keith.
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