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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by nunfly, Aug 28, 2002.

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  1. nunfly

    nunfly Thread Starter

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    hi everybody: client using G-4 with virtual pc , tring to e-mail but get error run out of disk space memery, check memery and has 110 mb. and before that had a error of out of run time error 216 at 0064370A (help) thanks chip
     
  2. Brooks

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    Sounds like he needs to clean out some disk space on the Virtual PC. Have the user check & empty the temp files, and if they are running IE from inside of it, check the temp internet file settings. IE will grab way too much disk space for temporary internet files.

    They also may need to remove a few programs. Windows does not run well when it gets that low on disk space.
     
  3. brushmaster1

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    Hi.
    I'm not really familiar with Virtual PC. This answer applies to Insignia Solutions' Soft Windows, but Virtual PC should be similar...

    In Soft Windows, it was possible to increase the size of your virtual C: drive from it's (500 MB) default. This should also be possible in Virtual PC. Check your manual for the method to do this or, as a last resort, call Virtual PC tech support.
     
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