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Error when opening large files in SharePoint 2007

Posted on 2011-09-16
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This just started, but we cannot open a file larger than 5MB. The server returns 500 INTERNAL SERVER ERROR. Any ideas?
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by:quihong
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Check your server event logs. Are you able to right click and do a save as?
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I resolved the issue. It turns out that disk space was low on the SQL server. Move the database to a different drive and all is well.
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Resolved by myself.
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