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Your problem is usually due to UAC (User account controls) preventing you from saving files to your hard drive. Under Control Panel / Users, you can change your settings (provided you are listed as an Admin ) to allow you to save files.
Another issue could by your anti-virus software preventing what it has determined to be a possibly harmful file from being downloaded/saved to your machine.
Please, try the following depending on the XP version you have:
For Windows XP Professional Edition, disable Simple file sharing:
Click Start, and then click My Computer. On the Tools menu, click Folder Options, and then click the View tab. In the Advanced Settings section, clear the Use simple file sharing (Recommended) check box. Click OK. Then, follow these steps:
Right-click the folder in question, and choose Properties.
Click the Security tab.
Click Add, and type in Administrators, click OK.
Select Administrators group that you've added now.
Put a checkmark near Full Control (Allow) in Permissions box.
For Windows XP Home Edition, you need to start Windows in Safe Mode in order to see the Security tab. Remaining steps are the same.
Once you add Administrators group and give them Full Control for the folder, theMake this Folder Private option is automatically disabled. Level 1 permissions are no longer in action.
It's probably an addon in IE thats causing it to crash. Here is how to disable them:
From the Internet Explorer menu, click Tools ' Internet Options.
Click the Programs tab.
Click Manage add-ons.
Click the Add-on you wish to disable, then click the Disable radio button. Note that this option will only be available when an Add-on is selected.
users also have the ability to detele the ActiveX control. Follow the
steps outlined above to select the ActiveX control, then click the Delete button found under Delete ActiveX. Note that this option will only be available when an ActiveX control is selected.
Not all Add-ons in the list are active. To see which Add-ons are actively loaded with Internet Explorer, toggle the Show dropdown to view Add-ons currently loaded in Internet Explorer.
Click OK to exit the Manage Add-ons menu
Click OK to exit the Internet Options menu
If a necessary add-on has been mistakenly disabled, repeat steps 1-3 above, highlight the disabled add-on, then click the Enable radio button.
Close Internet Explorer and restart it for changes to take effect
I would personally use Firefox or Chrome instead though...
STEP 3 : Add the /bin directory to the system PATH
After the setup program is run (step 2), a whole bunch of executable programs are placed in a new directory : C:\Borland\BCC55\Bin. This step makes it possible for the Operating System (Windows) to find these new executables by name. If you don't do this, then you will need to specify the full path to bcc32 every time you use it. To do this on Windows XP Bring up the Environmental Variables : •Right Click "My Computer" ( Depending on how your system is set-up, "My Computer" is either on your Desktop or in your Start Menu ) •Select "Properties" •Activate the "Advanced" Tab •Click the "Environmental Variables" Button Append ";C:\Borland\BCC44\bin" to the PATH variable (figure 3-2)
•Select the PATH variable under User Variables Note: The PATH variable may appear under both System Variables and User Variables. This How-To changes the User Variable. •Click the EDIT button below the list •In the "Edit User Variable" box that pops up, move the cursor to the end of the Variable Value field •Add a semi-colon ";" to the end of the current value Note: If the value is empty, then you do not need to add a semi-colon •Add the path "C:\Borland\BCC55\bin" after the semi-colon •"OK" your way out of the dialogs STEP 4 : Set up some configuration files you should create a configuration file for the bcc32 program that tells it where to find its libraries and include files. •The file should be named bcc32.cfg •It should be placed in the same bin directory where bcc32.exe is located (C:\Borland\BCC55\Bin) •The contents of the file are the command line options for bcc32 stating the location of include files and libraries: -I"C:\Borland\BCC55\Include" -L"C:\Borland\BCC55\Lib" Regards, Soul_srch007
Try holding the shift key and then right click the file you want to delete and then choose run as administrator. This will help you elevate the user rights(if you are not the admin for the computer it will ask you for its password.).