- What did you expect?
  Create an account
:: Home  ::  Downloads  ::  Your Account  ::  Forums  ::
Google Adsense
  • Home
  • Downloads
  • ExpectationReviews
  • Forums
  • Group29 FAQ
  • MovieReviews
  • OtherReviews
  • Stories Archive
  • Submit News
  • Top 10
  • Topics
  • Web Links
  • New at Group29
    ·Expectation Review: Captain Marvel [25]
    ·Movie Review: Captain Marvel [25]
    ·Movie Review: Incredibles 2 [25]
    ·2018 UCLA vs USC preview
    ·Expectation Review: Avengers: Infinity War [24]
    ·2017 USC vs UCLA preview
    ·Forum Topic: Update your Facebook property
    ·Web Link: WEP Key Converter
    ·Forum Topic: Why does my IPA file get saved as a zip file in IE?
    ·Web Link: BeyondCompare

    ·Rebelscum Breast Cancer Awareness Charity Patch
    ·BBC Interviews J.J. Abrams About Trek And Wars
    ·CEII: Jabba's Palace Reunion - Massive Guest Announcements
    ·Fathead's May the Fourth Be With You!
    ·Star Wars Night With The Tampa Bay Storm Reminder
    ·Stephen Hayford Star Wars Weekends Exclusive Art
    ·ForceCast #251: To Spoil or Not to Spoil
    ·New Timothy Zahn Audio Books Coming
    ·SDCC: Exclusive Black Series Boba Fett With Han In Carbonite Set
    ·Star Wars Art Exposition May 4th

    Hot trends

    Group29 Discussion Board :: View topic - Disk Full message from Microsoft Word when opening document
    Log in Register Forum FAQ Memberlist Search
    Ratings, Links, Free Speech and more

    Group29 Discussion Board Forum Index -> Group29 Tech Tips -> Disk Full message from Microsoft Word when opening document
    Post new topic  Reply to topic View previous topic :: View next topic 
    Disk Full message from Microsoft Word when opening document
    PostPosted: Mon Jan 24, 2005 8:41 am Reply with quote
    Joined: Jun 23, 2004
    Posts: 340


    Here is a problem that has been reported on Microsoft Word documents.

    I am getting a “disk is full” pop-up message when I try to save a Microsoft Word document from the opened from the Intranet.

    When trying to save/download a few documents from the intranet web sites, you can open the document in the viewer (Microsoft Internet Explorer with Word/Excel/PDF plugin). But when you try to save it to anything, including a shared network drive, your local C: drive,
    or a CD, you get a "Disk is full error." This problem occurs intermittently.

    The error message appears as a message box with Word, or balloon on Internet Explorer:
    The Disk is Full. Free some space on this drive, or save the document on another disk.
    Try one or more of the following:
    * Close any unneeded documents, programs and windows
    * Save the document on another disk

    Fix For Microsoft Office Documents
    - This can happen if too many Microsoft Office (Word/Excel) windows or applications are open.
    - It may also be that your temporary directory is overloaded. When you download files from the web, they get copied into your "temporary" directory first. Then when you save the document, they finally go to your destination directory. You can find where your temporary directory is set by following these steps:
    1.) Open a windows "command window"
    (Start Menu Run [type: “cmd” without quotes])
    or (Start menu Programs Accessories Command Prompt)
    2.) Type this command: echo %TEMP%
    This will show your temporary directory: ("C:\Temp" for example).
    The temp directory should be cleaned out. Most people find their temp directories full of old TMP files and DOC files.

    If the drive that contains your temporary directory has less than 10MB available, there are going to be problems.

    - The other possibility might be that your disk drive is fragmented. You can run scandisk.

    Microsoft has a detailed technical article about the problem for Word 2000.;EN-US;224059

    - The C: drive may in fact be full, even if it is not the drive you are saving documents to, a full C: system drive can cause problems.
    View user's profile Visit poster's website
    Disk Full message from Microsoft Word when opening document
      Group29 Discussion Board Forum Index -> Group29 Tech Tips
    You cannot post new topics in this forum
    You cannot reply to topics in this forum
    You cannot edit your posts in this forum
    You cannot delete your posts in this forum
    You cannot vote in polls in this forum
    All times are GMT - 6 Hours  
    Page 1 of 1  

     Post new topic  Reply to topic  

    Powered by phpBB © 2001-2003 phpBB Group
    Theme created by Vjacheslav Trushkin
    Forums ©
    Group29 Productions

    All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner. The comments are property of their posters, all the rest (c) 2006 by Group29 Productions.

    You can syndicate Group29 Productions news with an RSS Feeder using the file backend.php

    PHP-Nuke Copyright © 2005 by Francisco Burzi. This is free software, and you may redistribute it under the GPL. PHP-Nuke comes with absolutely no warranty, for details, see the license.
    Page Generation: 0.22 Seconds

    :: HeliusGray phpbb2 style by CyberAlien :: PHP-Nuke theme by ::