Anyone have any ideas?
Why wouldn't he be able to create c:\audacity_temp???
Would you suggest deleting the registry?
This needs to be fixed in both branches - we need a more robust way
of dealing with the temporary directory.
> Sorry, it didn't work. For one thing, my computer won't let me create a
> folder without a filename. I tried making one "audacity.audacity_temp", but
> had the same error come up when I tried to run the program.
> From: Dominic Mazzoni <dominic@...>
> To: Peter Mork <pebey@...>
> CC: audacity-help@...
> Subject: Re: [Audacity-help] Error message
> Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2001 14:41:23 -0700
> Try opening up your "C" drive (by double-clicking on "My Computer",
> then "C") and create a new folder called ".audacity_temp" - without
> the quotes, but with the period and the underscore.
> Let me know if that doesn't work.
> After you've done that once and Audacity opens, you can have Audacity
> put its temporary files somewhere else in the Preferences dialog.
> - Dominic
> > I recently ran a System Restore on my HP and Audacity won't run now,
> > even after reinstalling. I get a message: Directory
> > "C:\\.audacity_temp" couldn't be created (error 5: access is denied).
> > Any ideas? Thanks - PM
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