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Old 7th December 2002
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Default BSPlayer not run -- Error "Can´t access temporary dire

My S.O is Windows XP Corporate SP1.
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as stated several times, you should try to empty your temp directory then start bsplayer

(default temp directory is c:\Documents and settings\[username]\local settings\temp )
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Thank you, I erased the file "_BSPST$_" of my temp directory and the problem was solved
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I have the same problem but I tried to found mine local settings directory.
But I cannot fiend it.
With easy cleaner I can clean some of it but not all files.

Can anyone help me with this problem.

I have uninstalled and setup it severall times but it does not work.
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As far as I remember, this document and settings directory exists for the win NT series only, not win98/Me

maybe you should look under c:\temp or c:\windows\temp

btw, to find your temp directory I believe you can try the following:
start a dos shell (start->execute->command or start->execute->cmd depending on win version)
type set temp
watch the result
type set tmp
watch the result

I'm not sure the environment variables are the same under win98/Me though

P.S. I just remembered that when it exists, the Local Settings directory is hidden by default, you have to go through "explorer->tools->folder options->view->show hidden files and folders" to make it appear
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