Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1: Windows
Cannot download adobe flashplayer
error is cannot write to hard disk
make sure hard disk is there
how do you download adobe flash player
This message is legit if your hard disk is full or nearly full, which I doubt is your case. Please ensure that when you attempt to download you're pointing to a location on your physical hard drive(s), and not a USB pen drive that may appear to be present but it's not. Flash player is a rather small piece of software (by today's standards) and it should take at most 20MB.
If your hard drive is really nearly full, or full, try using your Vista's utilities to remove temp files that may be taking up valuable hd real estate, and also try to minimize the size of your recycling bin, as well as the size of your virtual memory. All of these things can be accessed by going to the item's properties, except the virtual memory. You have to go to the advanced options of My Computer, and tweak them. I urge you to be extremely careful when making changes, since this is a delicate operation. Other than those, I cannot think of any other way to help you. Good luck!
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