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America's Army install problem

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Before installation, my C: drive (windows partition) has 1.13 GB on it, and my D: drive has a little over 5. Before installation starts after all the files have been extracted, my C: drive has about 88 MB left...I'm pretty sure my space on the C: drive is the problem. Whenever the installation is ready to actually begin, a message comes up saying that there isn't enough space on the disk. The game takes only 1.9 GB, and my D drive (the target installation directory) has more than enough. So, I'm guessing that the space available on C is the problem. What I would like to know is, how do I change the hard drive where the system puts temporary files for installation? I know there's a way to do it, I used to know, but I haven't had to do it in forever. Thanks for any help!

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If you want to change the location of the temp file download do the following:

right click on My Computer choose properties.

Click on the Advanced tab
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Next, click on the button that says Environmental Variables this will be down at the bottom.
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then on the next screen that shows up, highlight Temp and click on Edit and change the location. Do the same for the TMP entry.
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next in the lower section scroll down so you can edit the entries there also.
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Edited by Dragon, 02 December 2005 - 12:15 AM.

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