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I am gettin an error message of "Cannot create report temporary file. Delete files .ext, .DAC, and .PBK in application writing directory." I was just doing my payroll and when I went to post and print my checks that message popped up. Please help!

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I have no idea how this file appeared onmy EXT HD, but I want it gone. I am running Windows XP Home Edition on my Laptop. When I try to delete the file from my EXT HD, the belwo error message...


I would recommend shutting down and restarting your computer to make sure that no instance of this file is up or running. You can also check the status of this file to see if it is in use by pressing ctl + alt + del. This should bring up your task manager, look through the processes and see if this file is being used, and if it is you can right click on the file and select "end Process", or "end process tree". If it does not appear here, or you still can not delete the file from this point, you can download a tool called Unlocker. This tool does what it's name specifies. Once downloaded you can delete the file, and if there is an issue deleting it, a window will pop up asking what you want to do, select delete and the file should be able to be accessed for deletion! Hope this helps

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This "Hidden" tool, can help you record the steps you took in which leads to the problem occurring.
To access the Problem Steps Recorder in Windows 7, you should follow the steps below:

1. Click on your Start Menu Button in the Lower Left Hand Corner,

2. Next in the "Run" Box, type in "psr" (Without the Quotes), to which you should see something like in the below image

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3. Next, Double Click on the found file "psr" and you should see the following program appear on your desktop:

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4. To Start Recreating What You Did When Your Problem Occurred, First, Click On The "Record" Button.

5. Now, Just Navigate To The File/Folder or Application To Which You Are Experiencing Problems With. (This Can Be Accomplished The Same Way in Which You Normally Open/Access Files/Folders & Applications).

6. Once You Have Got To The File/Folder or Application That Was Giving You An Error Message When Opening The File/Folder or Application & The Error Message Can Be Seen On Your Desktop, Then You Can Press "Stop" On The "psr" Application.

7. You Shall Then Be Prompted To Create A Name For Your "psr" Report, Which You Should Name Accordingly To The Problem You Have Recorded. IE: If You Were Having A Problem With Windows Media Player, Then Name The File "Windows Media Player Error Message Report". This File Will Then Be Saved in ZIP Format in a Location That You Chose To Save It. (Probably Best To Create A Folder On Your Desktop Called "Problem Steps Recorder Reports) or (PSR Reports).

8. Now, When The ZIP File is Extracted, It Will Contain A Single HTML Page Containing The Steps You Took (With Colour Pictures That Can Be Clicked On To View The Full Size Image). This Can Then Be Emailed or Recorded To A USB Flash Drive or Floppy Disk, & Examined By Someone With Experience Of Troubleshooting Windows Software / Hardware Errors Easily.

9. An Extra Tip So That You Don't Have To Keep Searching For The "psr" File Would Be To Right Click On The "psr" File After Running A Search For it As Described in "Step 2" & Then Clicking On The "Pin To Taskbar " or "Pin To Start Menu" Options, So That The "psr" Tool Will Always Located on Your Windows Taskbar, and/or in Your Windows Start Menu.


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Dear specialists, I've faced with error with BO Report: The excel file is updating every 15 minutes, but since yesterday BO creates corrupted excel file. Status of appropriate schedule:...


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I get the error message when i try to create media recovery for my laptop toshiba l505. the error messsage is "no HDD recovery area", "the toshiba recovery media creator cannot be...


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When you start to create the RECOVERY MEDIA your machine is creating a virtual file [a temporary one...] that includes all parameters and drivers and system files of your operating system; once the temporary file is done the recovery files are written on the indicated media [a hard drive or a DVD/CD].
Because of the huge size of the file [the temporary one] you need enough room for the virtual file to be created.
So you got your error message just because you DON'T HAVE ENOUGH ROOM on your hard drive.
My suggestion is: find an external drive [a USB attached hard drive] and make the RECOVERY MEDIA there. Meanwhile try to clean up a little bit your hard drive by using that application in Windows called DISK CLEANER [START > ALL PROGRAMS > ACCESSORIES > DISK TOOLS > DISK CLEANER].

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Cant load roxio 2011 code error oood plaese tell me what to do its been 6hrs now cleaned everything please please


Please refer to the steps below and follow it carefully as it will help you resolving the problem.
  1. Disable your startup applications using MSCONFIG. This will disable any unnecessary background or system tray applications from loading.


    • Go to Start -> Run. Type "msconfig" (without quotes) then click OK.
    • Select the Startup tab.
    • Click the Disable All button.
    • Click the Apply button, then click the OK button.
    • Click the Restart button.

    To reverse this at the end of installation, go back into MSCONFIG and select Enable All and restart (that can be done once installation is complete).

  2. If you are installing from a physical disc, please try to copy the content of the disc to a folder on your hard drive then install from the hard drive. To do this:
    • Create a new folder on your Desktop.
    • Go to Start -> My Computer, then right-click on the Creator installer disc and select Explore.
    • Select ALL of the files in the installer window and copy to the folder you just created.
    • To install from the folder, double click the setup.exe file.

  3. If you are installing from downloaded files, please follow the steps below to delete the temporary files then try to reinstall again.
    • Go to Start -> Run. Type "%temp%" (without quotes) then click OK. The Temp folder will show up.
    • Go to Edit -> Select All.
    • Go to File -> Delete.
    • Reinstall software

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I am receiving error code 0643 when I try to install Roxio Creator 2010 Pro and then program uninstalls.


  1. Disable your startup applications using MSCONFIG. This will disable any unnecessary background or system tray applications from loading.


    • Go to Start -> Run. Type "msconfig" (without quotes) then click OK.
    • Select the Startup tab.
    • Click the Disable All button.
    • Click the Apply button, then click the OK button.
    • Click the Restart button.

    To reverse this at the end of installation, go back into MSCONFIG and select Enable All and restart (that can be done once installation is complete).

  2. If you are installing from a physical disc, please try to copy the content of the disc to a folder on your hard drive then install from the hard drive. To do this:
    • Create a new folder on your Desktop.
    • Go to Start -> My Computer, then right-click on the Creator installer disc and select Explore.
    • Select ALL of the files in the installer window and copy to the folder you just created.
    • To install from the folder, double click the setup.exe file.

  3. If you are installing from downloaded files, please follow the steps below to delete the temporary files then try to reinstall again.
    • Go to Start -> Run. Type "%temp%" (without quotes) then click OK. The Temp folder will show up.
    • Go to Edit -> Select All.
    • Go to File -> Delete.
    • Reinstall your software.

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this is possibly a virus infection where you will not see any icons on desktop and mouse clicks do not responds.in this stage you can run the required applications from the task manager...just press Ctrl+Alt+Delete and click on NewTask and type the applications to open (write "explorer" without quote to open MyDocuments)

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I am facing problem with this error every time i try to connect to internet, this error occurs, what should i do to solve it.


To resolve this issue, first locate the Rasphone.pbk file and make sure that the read-only file property in the Properties dialog box is not selected. If it is not selected, the file may be damaged and you must rename the Pbk folder to Pbk.old. The Pbk folder is located in the "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Network\Connections" folder. If you cannot see the Pbk folder, make sure that you can see hidden files and folders. To do so, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start , click My Computer, and then click Folder Options on theTools menu.
  2. Click the View tab.
  3. Click Show hidden files and folders, and then click OK.

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After deleting all temporary files in EXPLORER (under menu) you can do this. (this freed up at least half of my memory).
Start - Applications - File Explorer - (hit the up button) - Windows - (this takes a moment or two) Messaging. You will now see the attachments folder with one or more files under it. These files are where downloaded messages seem to be stored forever, even if you delete them from all folders in your email accounts. Delete all of these files and then check your memory.

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