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urbancik 13th April 2003 08:30 PM

BSPlayer says error before running: Can not access temp dir
 
I restarted my computer while BSPlayer was running.
Always, when I run BSPlayer after this restart he says this error: Can not access temporary directory and then ends.
I think it is problem about preferences in Registry or INI, but if I reinstall BSPlayer, these files stay without change, so reinstalling is without any result.

Know somebody how can I reinstall BSPlaye including THESE FILES? Or do you know about any other idea?

Thx a lot,
bye

das_pilzgesicht 13th April 2003 09:23 PM

i have exactly the same problem
 
i restarted my computer like you did and now i got the similiar problem and don't know waht to do. it is really very strange, because i thought that an uninstaller would uninstall totally, but with windows it seems to be an illusion :twisted: i hope that somebody can fix this problem because the bs-player is a really cool program especially to play ac3-files,
greetings,
the mushroom face

das_pilzgesicht 13th April 2003 09:24 PM

i have exactly the same problem
 
i restarted my computer like you did and now i got the similiar problem and don't know waht to do. it is really very strange, because i thought that an uninstaller would uninstall totally, but with windows it seems to be an illusion :twisted: i hope that somebody can fix this problem because the bs-player is a really cool program especially to play ac3-files,
greetings,
the mushroom face

pickarooney 13th April 2003 09:39 PM

I got the same error when my machine crashed with BSPlayer running.
I ran Chkdsk from the command prompt, and that fixed it. You should have said yes to both disk checking options when your machines were booting up after the restart.

das_pilzgesicht 14th April 2003 05:31 PM

i ran chkdsk and it doesn't had effects
 
hi, what do you mean with both disk checking options? where can i enable this in win2k? i ran chkdsk from the command prompt and it said there were no errors but the bsplayer still don't run with the same error message. i ran norton disc doctor and it was the same. thx for help,
the face

Quietseb 14th April 2003 07:23 PM

don't you ever read faqs or use search buttons ?
it would spare you some time...

(sorry if I'm rude, but search the forum with keywords "temporary" and "directory", you'll see this matter has been answered many many times, AND it's in the faq...)

das_pilzgesicht 14th April 2003 07:34 PM

Thx!
 
Thanks, you're really right that time! I should have searched.
The Face


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