This problem can happen if you have no Temp folder on the hard drive, or if the Temp folder that Windows points to no longer exists. To examine the Temp folder, follow the steps that apply to your version of Windows:
- Click Start, point to Programs, and then click MS-DOS Prompt.
- Type set and then press Enter. A list of environment variables appears. Two of the variables will look similar to:
- If the text does not match, then type the following and press Enter:
- Type exit and then press Enter.
- Right-click My Computer and click Properties. If you are running Windows XP, click Start and then right-click My Computer.
- Click the Advanced tab.
- Click the Environment Variables button.
- The TEMP and TMP variables should be user variables. Double-click the TEMP entry to edit it. The value for TEMP and TMP should appear as follows:
Both the TEMP and TMP variables in Windows 2000 or XP must point to this folder. If either value is incorrect, then copy the above entry into the Variable Value: field.
Tip: Dramatica Pro 4, Windows