From: Robert Parson <newsbob@ne...> - 2003-03-26 19:43:12
After installing 1.1.3 on one computer, I burned the install file onto a cd
and took it to another computer. When the program started it said there
wasn't enough room on the volume for the temporary files, which surprised me
since the harddrive had more than 10 gig on. I'm figuring it thought it was
installing onto the cd. I uninstalled 1.1.3, copied the installation
program onto the harddrive and ran it from there, only to have the same
problem. I ended up uninstalling 1.1.3, as well as 1.1.2 and 1.0 and
removing all audacity info from the win98 registry. When I installed 1.1.3
from the harddrive, I no longer got the error message.
Otherwise, I haven't noticed any significant problems with 1.1.3. I like
the new features, but I can still use a vu meter.
Le Mercredi 26 Mars 2003 20:44, Robert Parson a =E9crit :
> After installing 1.1.3 on one computer, I burned the install file onto =
may be the copied file is still read only?
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