Re: INSUFFICIENT TEMPORARY FILE SPACE
"angel weekes" wrote
> Hi Mac thanks for answering my question, I have done a disk clean up and
> there is 10 GB of space in the back up drive so I donot think its a
> of enough space in the hard drive. Any more ideas, Thanks for help.
> "Mac" wrote:
>> When you burn to a disk it store the files your hard disk first, so you
>> to make sure you have enough space on the laptop - use disk clean up and
>> maybe remove files/programs you don't need/use... another alternative is
>> compress your laptop drives (or parts thereof) - right click in windows
>> explorer and select properties to see the compress option.
>> "angel weekes" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
>> > Can anyone help me? I have a 2420 Acer TravelMate Laptop. I am trying
>> > to
>> > make
>> > up to date recovery disks. The recovery disk that I have are out of
>> > date
>> > they
>> > do not have all the programs that I use now, also when I first got my
>> > laptop
>> > it was fat and I changed it to ntfs. So when I have had to run disk
>> > recovery
>> > it take a long time to my laptop back to how I want it.
>> > When I try to make recovery disk I get a message saying. (disk E)
>> > insufficient temporary file space to execute burn function.
>> > Can anyone explain what this means and how I can fix it.
>> > Thank you.
Since creating a recovery disk is a function provided by the computer maker
you might want to contact the computer's tech support.
Rock [MS-MVP User/Shell]