The e-mail received had:C:Documents and Settings\Bill\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Control.IE5|41CUOFZM
There does not appear to be a file named FZM or 41 CUO or 41CUO or 41CUOFZM Windows can't find it. Perhaps I'm looking for the wrong thing? What do I need to do to open tis file?
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If the email had that file attached to it properly and it was not corrupt in the file upload and download you should be able to save the file to your hardrive then open it. So look at the email if the file was attached make it download now and save it to a folder that you can remember like you desktop or my documents. After it is saved there then try to open it.
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We are probably going to need a lot more info than just saying you have a "Compaq".... You are probably really out of space on C. delete some junks and delete temporary files. I am going to assume you are using windows XP then you need to delete all files in the following directory C:\WINDOWS\Temp C:\Documents and Settings\(User Name)\Local Settings\Temp C:\Documents and Settings\(User Name)\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files C:\Documents and Settings\(User Name)\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Cache
hi the best thing to do is to do disk clean up by
clicking on start
go to all program
go to accessories
go to system tools
click on disk clean up
after it launch, check all the boxes and finally click ok
you can manually delete them by going to folders like temporary internet files to delete them
get them with this link C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files
Firstly, make sure that your folder options are set so you are allowed to see the hidden files. To do this, go to any folder and click on Tools, Folder Options, and the View tab. And click on show hidden files and folders.
If you are using Internet Explorer, there is an index.dat file located in your user folder:C:\Documents and Settings\UserName\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5
In order to see this folder and the index.dat file you either need to be logged in as another user, or type in the above address location into your start menu - run and press enter. It will take you to the content.ie5 folder directly. Otherwise, you'll only get to see your temporary internet files.
Make a copy of this index.dat file to your desktop and then change the extension to TXT so you can open and read the urls in notepad.
Also, there is another directory:
C:\Documents and Settings\UserName\Local Settings\History\History.IE5
in which there is another index.dat file and can have more folders with index.dat files in them. Do the same for these files and you'll have your URL list. Depending on how the machine deletes your history, if you can't find your URL, then it may be permanently deleted.
If however, this has helped you, please do rate me. Thanks
create a new Temp Folder on C: drive with name Tempabc Open Internet Explorer Click on Tools and click on Internet Options Click Setting under Temporary Internet Files Click Move Folder Select Tempabc Click ok
say yes to logoff.
The problem lies in the Temporary Internet Files folder. Sometimes the index.dat file can become damaged. If this occurs, you'll have to delete the index.dat file and restart your computer. Then you'll be able to download files correctly again. Follow the steps below to delete this file. 1) Open Internet Explorer. 2) Click on Tools, Click on Internet Options 3) On the General tab under Temporary Internet Files, click on Delete Files 4) Click Ok when it asks if you want to delete the files 5) Under the History section on the General tab, click Clear History, then click Ok 6) Close Internet Explorer 7) Log off the current user and Log onto another user account such as Administrator 8) Click on Start, Run 9) Type CMD and Press Enter to open a command prompt 10) Change directories to the Temporary Internet Files directory by typing the following command, (substituting the correct drive letter and the word username with the correct userName).
cd drive:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5
Example: cd c:\Documents and Settings\Mark\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5
11) type del index.dat and press Enter 12) Type Exit and press Enter to close the command prompt 13) Restart your computer Once the computer has been restarted, open a web page with a link to a download. Click on the link and download the file. It should now work.
you have to be in your administrator account. Go to control panel, click user accounts. Log on as Administrator. Delete all your temporary files from your Temp Folder located in C:\Documents and Settings\your My Document Name\Local Settings\Temp Folder. When done deleting your files inside Temp Folder, download exe programs again.
One possible work around Provided you have access to another PC and feel comfortable with taking your hard drive out of your PC and putting it back in
1. buy a USB external hard drive enclosure and install your hard drive into it 2. connect this USB hard drive to another PC 3. create some free space by deleting some files (see Safe files to delete below for details) 4. reinstall hard drive back into your PC and try to boot normally
Safe files to delete 1. temporary files - on Win XP these are normally in "C:\WINDOWS\Temp"
2. temporary internet files - on Win XP these are normally in "C:\Documents and Settings\[Your Username]\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files" 3. other temporary files - on Win XP these are normally in "C:\Documents and Settings\[Your Username]\Local Settings\Temp" Note that if you have more than one user account on the PC, then each user could have files that are safe to delete in the folders mentioned in number 2 and 3
If you can view it with internet explorer, then it was downloaded to your temporary internet explorer files (cache). You can find the directory where the temporary files are stored here:
C:\Documents and Settings\YOUR-USERNAME\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files
On Internet Explorer 7.0 click on:
On Browsing History click on Settings and then View files.
Search for the file in question and then copy it to your desktop or any other folder.
Let me know if that solved your problem,