The Royal Engineers
Posted - 2005.12.22 11:03:00 - [2
I can't check from here but hopefully it cashes the files in the temp directory. You can change the location of the temp directory as follows. (remember to always back up impotrant files and make system restore points)
1. Create a directory with a short name in the root of your hard drive. For example, create a new folder C:\Temp.
2. Go to Start, Settings, Control Panel and double click "System".
3. On the Advanced tab, click the Environment Variables button near the bottom.
4. Under "User Variables", edit settings for TEMP and TMP to point to the new directory you created, "C:\Temp". You only need to edit the "User Variables" but, for consistency, you might want to update the "System Variables" for TEMP and TMP also.
5. Apply the changes by clicking OK.
You should not have to reboot for this to work, but you might want to try if you jhave problems with it after changing.
Hope this helps you out.