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installing adobe reader 4.05 or 5.05 for winnt2000

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i get an out of space error with either version.
 i am trying to install from internet, or from cd. I am under the admin account. the drive had 4gb free.
i saw on the adobe page about setting up a temp file, but all the other nt2000 machines did not need this temp file.

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1) Run chkdsk and/or defrag the volume. It may be corrupted in some manner.

2) Copy the Install files to the Hard drive and then try to install.

I hope this helps !
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Try also to install in safe mode.

Tom
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i tried in safe mode. i copied the setup files to harddrive. each time i get the error about not enough space on the harddrive. i ran chhdsk nothing was wrong..


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1) make sure that your temp directort is defined like on a working machine.
you can use the
set
command from a DOS window in win2k to see the settings.

2) You could have a hardware problem, RAM, motherboard or IDE drive problem.

Run a good diagnostics program !

I hope this helps !
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