Maybe your drive is already full, if your drive is already full try to delete the temp file or delete your unnecessary files, if not try to check the file that you are trying to copy, maybe there some associate file which have a long file name, try to rename it but copy first the original file name to notepad, and after copying rename again your file that you renamed before, if still not tell us what kind of file you want to copy.
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Error 115 when installing Adobe FrameMaker 7.0 or 7.1 on Windows
Do one of the following solutions:
Solution 1:Disable anti-virus applications, and make sure all 3rd party applications are closed before installing.
Solution 2:Copy install files to HDD are run setup from that location (Frame installer lives in FM directory)
Solution 3: Remove all files from %temp% and %windir%\temp and reinstall Background information
Error 115 from the InstallShield help reads as follows: "Specified
file cannot be opened as write. An attempt was made to overwrite a
locked file belonging to a file group that does not have the Potentially
Locked or Shared property set to Yes; an attempt was made to install a
file with a long file name (or to a folder with a long path name) in a
16-bit setup; or the path to the target folder is invalid."
Close Designer 9.
Open the folder containing the 'DSF' file.
Try to copy the file into a different folder, or onto a USB memory-stick.
Do you still get the same error-message?
If so, then the problem is that your disk-drive has a problem;
your problem is _not_ a problem with the Designer 9 software.
Your disk-drive could be "dying". Backup all your important files.
Consider replacing the disk-drive, before it COMPLETELY fails.
You may need to empty your C:/temp folder. It's the accumulated content in the temp folder
that's giving you problems. The temp folder accumulates bits of
code from program installations, web pages, application errors, etc.,
and can cause problems if it gets too full.
Also, it's a good idea to keep at least 10% of your drive free. When you get below that amount, the disk
swapping which occurs during heavy program usage overtaxes your system
and can cause problems too.
clear out your C:\WINDOWS\TEMP directory (this is a storage area where files are stored before they are installed). Delete everything in this file, and your problem may be solved completely.
If this does not work, you may also need to clear out your Internet cache (temporary Internet files):
(Internet Explorer) 1. Open Internet Explorer. 2. Click on Tools -> Internet Options. 3a. In IE6 - Click on the 'Delete Files...' button on the Genral Tab 3b. In IE7 - Click on the 'Delete' button under the Browsing History section of the General Tab.
(Mozilla Firefox) 1. Open Firefox. 2. Click on Tools -> Options 3. Click on the Advanced tab -> Network Tab. 4. Click on the 'Clear Now' button under the Cache section.
- Empty your recycle bin
- Run Scandisk 1. Click Start->Programs->Accessories->System Tools 2. Select Scandisk 3. Select your hard drive. If you have more than one, you should scan each drive individually. 4. Click Standard 5. Check Automatically fix errors. 6. Click Start
- Run Defrag 1. Click Start->Programs->Accessories->System Tools 2. Select Disk Defragmenter 3. Select the hard drive you wish to defrag and click ok.
To clear suspect tem file you will need to follow below process.
1. open Internet explorer
2. Go to Tools Tab/Internet Options
3. In General Tab you will see an option to delete in 'Browsing history'.
4. click on delete and then again clicl on 'Delete All'. All temp files of internet will be deleted.
thats how u clear suspect temp files.
Hi, Flash is a programming language that many publishers use to create
animations, games, and interactive programs for the web. Flash is also
used for programs run locally on a users computer. To use these Flash
based programs and web applets, the end-user must have Flash Player
installed. One component of Flash Player is a file called “flash.ocx.”
If this file is missing or damaged, you may get an error message.
There seems to be two root causes of this error. A description and solution for each follows:
You receive the error message “Cannot find the file flash.ocx”
every time you start your computer or each time you open your web
browser (such as Internet Explorer). This is usually the result of a
missing “flash.ocx” file caused by an incomplete installation of Flash.
Here’s how to remedy the problem:
You receive the error message “Cannot find the file flash.ocx” at
seemingly random intervals or when starting a specific program (other
than your web browser). First, perform steps 1-4 of the previous
solution. This will insure you have the latest version of Flash Player
installed. If you still receive the error message, continue with the
Navigate to the folder “C:\WINDOWS\system32\Macromed\Flash\”. In this folder you will see a file named “Flash9f.ocx”.
Make copy of the “Flash9f.ocx” file in the same folder as the
original (copy the original, then paste the copied file into the same
Rename the newly made copy to “Flash.ocx”.
If the previous steps don’t eradicate the error messages, change
your screen saver to one of the defaults that are included with Windows
(such as “3D Text”).