Re: Install Windows:
Suggest you try a Custom install, per this recent John Barnes post:
> You can get the equivalent of a clean install, less the format, by doing a
> custom install. The procedure used by Vista is to lay down the Image of
> Vista (unlike XP that used a file copy approach) that is pristine. If
> installed to the same partition as XP, it will wrap the XP install into a
> separate file you can delete later. Takes up a little extra space, but you
> have a really clean copy of Vista. Vista will also change the format of the
> drive (via quick format) so that it is in the latest NTFS format. It is a
"Steve Cochran" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:3DDFD947-DA2F-4A53-8885-7CBE5A8DDA81@microsoft.com...
> You need to post in the setup newsgroup I'm xposting to.
> "Mewstone" <ADH@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> Re-installed Windows XP ready to install Vista Ultimate. Double clicked to
>> install, started then got error message: This computer does not have
>> space for temporary files. Windows needs at least 392 megabytes (MB) of
>> on any partition for temporary files. Free enough space and restart the
>> installation. Error Code: 0x80004005
>> Have a 250 GB Hard Drive with 220 GB free. 3.2 GH processor.
>> Please advise.