Sonic dvd copies your story files to a tempory folder on your hard disk before creating a dvd. It says there is not enough disk space in the folder or you do not have the correct permission to save files to the folder. Free space on your hard disk and check disk space limit for the folder or select a different folder and then try to create a dvd again.
I deleted several stories on the program to free space and compressed files, but the error message still comes up. What to do. Where would a new folder be?
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Make sure your hard disk has enough space. Most often when the error massage comes it will tell you how much free space is required to install the game look keenly and know how much space is required then either move all media files mainly video files especially downloaded in the download folder to an alternative partition and only leave windows and installed program on Local Disk C. Other wise if your hard disk capacity is very small then am afraid that you will have to get a bigger hard disk.
There is some space reserved for dvd information, error information etc. So solution is make the file archive by right click on file ->proprties-> click archive. After that use winrar and compress. http://www.rarlab.com/download.htm
Which website are you getting your drivers from? Gigabyte has the drivers for that chipset. Are you using a DVD copy program to bring your files to the disk? Do you have enough Disk Space to copy them on to your Hard Disk in a folder you create? This is sometimes the best way to retrieve your files and put them on a DVD.
You need on your hard drive at least twice the size of the files youre copying (Example: a single layer DVD holds 4.3 to 4.5 GB of data, you need at least 10 GB free space to copy this disk). Not only do you need free space for the copy, you have a temp file thats just as big thats created while the disk is being copied. Check your free space before attempting the copy process. If youre trying to copy DVD movies, these disks are protected and cannot be straight copied through your burning software. We dont condone piracy here so google DVDShrink and DVDFabDecryptor, and how to use them. Good luck.
well, sonic dvd creates temporary files. I noticed it doesnt delete those files. they are somewhere in documents & Settings\(user)\
i can't seem to recall the exact place but its either under Application data or Local Settings\
you can check the disk size for these two folders and or the size for sonic folder in these two. would take few clicks and im sure you will reach there.
sorry for the partial answer as its been over 2 years when I had to find the missing disk space =)