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OFFICE 2007 - "Not enough Memory or Disk Space to run word 12"..?

Q: OFFICE 2007 - "Not enough Memory or Disk Space to run word 12"..?

when i try to run word 2007 i get the following error message:
There is not enough memory or disk space to run word 12

I have 1Gb RAM with 550Mb free and 2Ghz Turion with 7Gb free space on the system partition and 15Gb free space in the other partition

can any tell me why its doing this?


A: OFFICE 2007 - "Not enough Memory or Disk Space to run word 12"..?

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can no longer open any of my Office programs. I have tried to
uninstall/reinstall and it hasn't fixed it. I have tried a system restore on
multiple dates and that hasn't fixed it.
I have checked: 1.4 GB of available memory
I am running Windows7 installed and Microsoft Office 2007 with service pack 1 and I believe all the updates that
are available.
All Microsoft programs I try to open pop up with the same error message.

A:There is not enough memory or disk space to run word"

usual sign of being infected by a virus or malware. respond accordingly.

Other issues can be you have never run disk cleanup or disk defrag which results in no available space on the server as well as being severely fragmented file system.

You should start by running chkdsk /f on the volume to check for disk or file corruption errors.

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I was working on a large document on Microsoft Word 2010 (Home and Student), saving as I went along as usual, until I tried to save it again and instead received the above error message. When I clicked "OK", a second error message appeared: "There is not enough memory or disk space to update the display". The fonts were all changed, and the pages appeared in the draft layout. I've uploaded the document onto OneDrive and opened it via Word Online, and it's opened fine - formatting is all correct and I haven't lost any work.

My laptop is barely a month old, and the C: drive has plenty of GB free. I've performed a disk cleanup, and the laptop is currently in the middle of a full anti-virus scan. I'm still getting to grips with using Windows 8, and I've never had this message before on any version of Word, so I don't really know what to do. How can I fix it?

Thanks in advance for any help.

A:Solved: Word 2010 error: "There is not enough memory or disk space to complete the op

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When I couldn't delete the student office trial (which came installed with my HP laptop purchase) from "add/remove" due to having deleted first, a different but associated program (can't recall the name), I followed these tedious instructions found on this link -

The problem is...I noticed that instead of freeing up disk space, it took up more. How can I remove this trial completely to free up space?

A:Office Trial Removed From "Add/Remove" YET Ate Up Disk Space

ellaphant5 said:

due to having deleted first, a different but associated program (can't recall the nameClick to expand...

This can be a problem.

Also, I would say that fix from MS applies only to when the proper procedure for the uninstall of Office is followed but the end result is not what we expected so basically that didn't wasn't any help.

We need to know what other mystery "associated" program is.

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I have been using Word and “Microsoft office 2007 - Document Imaging” for doing OCR and passing text to WORD. Recently it has been doing something very strange. When I try to send the OCR’d text to WORD (“Send text to Word”), WORD gives an error message:
“Server Busy. This action cannot be completed because the ‘document 1 - Microsoft Word’ program is not responding. …”
If I can minimize the empty Word document window, a small dialog box appears asking me “Do you want to convert from
[list of file formats] to WORD?” If I select HTML, The text finally appears in Word. Sometimes the Word/Document Imaging programs hang up completely and I have to go to “Task Manager” to get out of the predicament.
I have un-installed and re-installed “Microsoft Office 2007” with no success in solving the problem.
Can anyone tell me what is going on? How can I go directly to Word instead of having to convert from HTML? How did it get to HTML in the first place?

A:Office 2007 Word and "Document Imaging" software

Hello Frank,

Welcome to the Vista Forums.

Have you gotten all of the updates for Office? Did this start after installing other software? You could try a system restore to a point before this started. Info if needed: System Restore - How to

Hope this helps. Sorry for the slow response.
Please keep us posted.


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I use microsoft office 2007 My computer is dual core 2.53 Ghz 3 GB memory and I have 91.4 GB free disk space.
I am using Windows XP Professional Version 2002 Service Pack 2
I work a lot with word and did not have any problem. Now i have a problem with one particular file that I can not open and I always get the error "There is not enough memory or disk space to complete the operation. " When I try to open the file File size is not so big 652 KB Any ideas what I can do.


A:Solved: "There is not enough memory or disk space to complete the operation."

What type of file? Where did it come from?

If you do not have file endings showing, you should. Be sure that there is not a hidden "exe" or "com" at the end of that file.

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I am running Windows 7. 
My laptop came with Word 2007 installed.  I am now using Office 365, so I have Word 2013 installed. 
(I haven't uninstalled 2007 in case I do decide to let my monthly payment go at some point..... I know, but it hasn't been an issue until now)
I am currently trying to move items to an external while sorting.  I can shift+down arrow, and select multiple files of ALL other types except for Word documents. 
When I hover the mouse over a Word doc in a file, my laptop seems to "freeze", and then a popup comes up saying "Microsoft office word 12.0   there is not enough memory or disk space to run Word".  It takes several minutes, and multiple popups, before it will "unfreeze", and let me continue. I can scroll down the list, but if I hover over another Word doc, it repeats. 
I have rebooted several times. 
I CAN open any documents in Word 2013, that's not an issue. I can't select documents (except one at a time, but the popup still occurs) to move them to the external.

A:office word 12.0 "there is not enough memory or disk space to run Word"

Please download MiniToolBox  , save it to your desktop and run it.
 Checkmark the following checkboxes:  List last 10 Event Viewer log  List Installed Programs  List Users, Partitions and Memory size.
 Click Go and paste the content into your next post.
 Also...please Publish a Snapshot using Speccy - , taking care to post the link of the snapshot in your next post.

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"Not enough memory to run microsoft excel. Please close other programs and try again"
So this morning I tried to open up excel, and this message comes up. Same happens for word.
Then I try and open it again and it wants to run in safe mode, and then the same problem happens.
Then I open it again and it says "Excel failed to launch in safe mode. Do you want to start Detect and Repair?"
So I run that and it says setup completed successfully. But I try and open it and I get the original "not enough memory" message, and it's just a big loop.

I have enough memory, 3GB and I'm using office 2007 on windows 7.
It's been running fine since this morning.

A:"There is not enough memory or disk space to run excel"

How about diskspace that's ' memory' too.
The environment settings voor %TEMP% could be invalid?

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I'm in desperate need of help. I need to get this Office 2007 working SOON. I have over 2 months of notes typed up in it and my midterms are coming up within the week... I NEED to study.

I first had a problem with Word's Building Blocks file, which caused the custom cover pages and page number things to disapper. I decided to uninstall the technical refresh and everything and reinstall from scratch.

It wouldn't install because there was still some "MUI" files instlaled. I downloaded CCleaner and uninstalled those with the program. The installation then went sucessful, but the Normal.dotx file was messed.

Soon after one of my files CORRUPTED... but I was able to recover it using the 2003 Viewer for 2007 files.

Now I've delted everything and reinstalled again and I get "There is not enough memory or disk space to run Word". I found otu that I need to rename the Normal file and let it get recreated, but there is no Application Data/Microsoft/Templates folder!!! I search for Normal and there si ntohing!


A:Office 2007: Not enough memory or disk space to run it!! (Lost EXAM NOTES!!)

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I get the message, "There is not enough memory or disk space to complete the operation", when I attempt to open a 2meg .doc file. I can successfully open a 21meg .doc that is a report generated by the same application. Help.

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Have HP Pavilion dv6 Notebook PC
Intel(R)Core(TM)2 Duo CPU
P7450 @ 2.13 GHz
6.0 GB RAM
64-bit OS
No Pen or Touch Input is avail for this display
I have Windows 7 Ultimate, Service Pack 1; MS Office 2007

The message I get is:
"You are attempting to open a file that was created in an earlier version of MS Office. This file is blocked from opening in this version by your registry policy settings."

I have tried to run "Fix It," and it failed.
The old Word file from 1994 is before Windows 95; probably Win 3.1 or Win 3.11.

I am hoping someone out there can help me read my really old files! Thank you!

I also have some old database files I need to run (not Access); but are Borland's Visual dBase Pro 5.5 or slightly older (1992 .dbf files). I actually have the CD-ROM for the Borland program. Do I dare install it? (The CD cover says it "supports Windows 95 & Windows 3.1, and the Crystal Info Report Builder program that goes with it). Or, is there a way to convert these to Access, and the old Word files to 2007 (without having to buy the 2010 ver of Word)?

A:Attempting to read (1994!) Word file on 3.5" disk using MS Word 2007

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Here's the story. I bought this new Samsung 840 250GB SSD.
I first did a clean install of windows 7 on it and it worked fine. Windows installed without much problem and everything. Then something didn't look right about the partitions. It looked like because I had all my HDDs connected while installing windows on the SSD the windows created the system reserve on the old HDD rather than the SSD. So I went back and decided to start from scratch with all the HDDs except for the SSD disconnected. I tried reinstalling windows on it but this time it didn't work. I tried formatting the SSD and it just gave me an error saying windows couldn't install on a GPT disk. I went into bios, made sure the PC was booting from the UEFI DVD drive and it still kept giving me the same error.

So I then booted up my old HDD. I tried formatting my SSD and now I can't delete the partition!
This is what my disk set up looks like:

If I click "extend volume" on the "New Volume (G" disk, it says "there is not enough space on the disk(s) to complete this operation".
If I try to create a "new simple volume" on the "unallocated" partition, it says the same...

Have I destroyed my new SSD now?! I just want it to work like a new clean disk...

A:If I try to "extend volume" it gives "not enough space on the disk(s)"

Hiyya Tracing try doing it with Partition Wizard mate Best Free Partition Manager Freeware and free partition magic for Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista and Windows XP 32 bit & 64 bit. MiniTool Free Partition Manager Software Home Edition.
Brilliant tool if you can't do anything with the partition them just wipe the disk mate and start over with this SSD Alignment

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I have started getting this as an error message on opening Word 2007.

"Word could not create the work file. Check the temp environment variable."

Am not able to save any word document. Also, on trying to close Word I get this error message;

"Changes have been made that affect the global template, Do you want to save those changes?"

Have checked my environment variables, User Variables are set to as under;

Variable - Value
Temp - C: Documents and Settings/ABC/Local Settings/Temp
TMP - C: Documents and Settings/ABC/Local Settings/Temp

Also, the Value in the registry HKEY_CURRENT_USER >Software >Microsoft >Windows >CurrentVersion >Explorer >User Shell Folders >Cache is as %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files.

Pls assist in resolving this issue.

A:Word 2007 Error Message: "Word could not create the work file."

There are 2 registry paths to change:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER >Software >Microsoft >Windows >CurrentVersion >Explorer >Shell Folders
HKEY_CURRENT_USER >Software >Microsoft >Windows >CurrentVersion >Explorer >User Shell Folders

Both have the "Cache" String which should be changed. And the correct Win7 Cache path in both entries is

%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Termporary Internet Files

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My HDD shows 21GB+ free yet MS Word will not save and says "Insufficient memory. Not enough disc space". Norton AV and Trend Micro scans detected no virus, Add-Aware and Spybot found nothing either.

Had a quick read about [email protected] or [email protected] on Symantec's site and their fix warns that I may have to re-install Word afterwards.

Is there any way I can confirm this is the problem before I try their removal tool?

I have Word 2002 btw, any help will be appreciated,


A:Solved: MS Word says "insufficient mem. not enough disc space"

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I've been banging my head on this one for a couple of days and need some help! Recently I tried to open Word and for the first time since installation,the Wind.installer pops up for a sec or two followed by the error message,"Error 1606" Could not access network location. Not a new error I've learned. I did the usual trouble shooting searches through my favorite resources and confirmed it was going to involve a trip to the registry.Seems simple enough...

Everything matched up except REG_EXPAND_SZ %USERPROFILE%\Recent ,so I created it and added it in. No joy!! All following keys were fine in the "Machine" area so.. I would very much appreciate any help on this one. Funny thing,my printer went offline at the same time .Couldn't reinstall that either.Then I remembered their interdependence.Just Realized Where I posted this.Sorry!

A:Microsoft Office Home/Student 2007 "Error 1606"


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Microsoft MapPoint 2002 Standard Edition
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Microsoft Office Standard Edition 2003
Microsoft Office Small Business Edition 2003
Microsoft Office Access 2003
Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003
Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003
Microsoft Office Basic Edition 2003
Microsoft Office Publisher 2003
Microsoft Office XP Professional Edition
Microsoft Office XP Small Business Edition
Microsoft Office XP Standard Edition
Microsoft Office XP Developer Edition
Microsoft FrontPage 2002 Standard Edition
Microsoft PowerPoint 2002 Standard Edition
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Microsoft Office 2000 Premium Edition
Microsoft Outlook 2002 Standard Edition
Microsoft Office 2000 Professional Edition
Microsoft Office 2000 Standard Edition
Microsoft Office 2000 Small Business Edition
Microsoft Office 2000 Developer Edition
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Microsoft Access 2002 Standard Edition
Microsoft Excel 2000 Standard Edition
Microsoft FrontPage 2000 Standard Edition
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Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 Standard Edition
Microsoft Word 2000

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I have Windows Vista Business

I Recently purchsed MS Office ultimate with SP1 and successfully installed it.

It worked just fine.

A few days later I installed 25-40 updates from microsoft.

After reboot when I started any application I got the messge

.." application .. Not installed for current user. Please run setup to install the application"...

I am the only user and I ran as admin / guest but no luck.

I re-installed (repair) - same problem

I un-installed and re-installed .. worked fine. But as soon as I installed updates I got the message.

What is wrong here?


A:Solved: MS Office 2007 - message "has not been installed for current user"

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Comodo Security Solutions is listed as a "Trusted Publisher" in both Word 2007 as well as IE 10 Preview. I was unable to remove it even after reverting to IE8. Running WIN 7_64 and IE10 currently with Kaspersky Internet Security 2013. I was able to remove Comodo Security Solutions from "trusted publishers' in Word 2007.

But the entries returned.

I had installed/uninstalled Comodo Firewall long ago. Did a search for "comodo" in registry. Could not find it. But there is an entry for cmdide.sys under C:/Windows/System 32/Drivers which is supposed to belong to the OS.

How do I get rid of Comodo from "Trusted Publishers" in Internet Explorer and Office 2007?

(Kaspersky moderators say it has nothing to do with KIS 2013)

A:Removing a "Trusted Publisher" from Internet Explorer and Office 2007


Let's check the Registry...

Please download SystemLook:
Save to your Desktop.

Right-click SystemLook.exe, and select: Run as Administrator

Copy all the content inside the following quote box into the main textfield of the program:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\ZoneMap\Domains
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\ZoneMap\Domain
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\ZoneMap\Ranges
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\ZoneMap\Ranges

Click the Look button to start the scan.

When finished, a notepad window opens with the results of the scan: SystemLook.txt

Please post SystemLook.txt in your next reply

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I have Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007 on three computers. It is a three license version.
I'd like to wipe one of the computers (a Dell 4550) that Office 2007 is installed on by cleaning off the hard drive and reinstalling Windows and all the other programs that I have on it.
Does anyone know if I can reinstall Office 2007 on this computer or will it appear to Office 2007 that I'm trying to install it on a fourth computer?

A:Solved:Reinstall Office 2007 "4th" time on 3 license copy

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I have been exploring how to make a backup so that if my computer dies I will have some record (I assume that is what it means) to put on a replacement computer to make it similar to the one I am using now

I use Firefox so tried their FEBE extension ....
FEBE Firefox Extension
but that didn't seem what I wanted

I then tried Registry Backup as I already have their Windows Repair Pro which I was advised to install in case I ever have problems in the future with something going wrong but have not had to use (yet?) ....
Registry Backup
but didn't understand how I could get that on to a new computer.

So, I uninstalled both of those and have been trying to make a backup onto a memory stick but am running into problems that I will do my best to explain clearly.

I have tried two new 4GB memory sticks and followed the advice in Control Panel, Backup and Restore.

The Start, Computer screen confirms that Drive I (the memory stick) has 3.85GB free before I start.

All starts well but after a while I get the following message "The disk that your backups are being saved on doesn't have enough free space" and also says that I only have 1.39MB free of the 3.8GB.

So I found a video and tried to follow the instructions carefully ....
and did so until 2.40 in. The previous steps I followed were fine but I simply could not find the Windows Backup file.

I followed the instructions to delete that backup and tried again. I... Read more

A:"Not enough space left to complete backup" on 4GB empty memory stick?

Best to make a full copy (image) of your hard drive, to recover. The Windows backup only backs up certain files. You are still left to reinstall most everything (including Windows). The Marcrium Reflect (a UK company), free version, will do nicely. But, you need something more than a disc or flash drive. A USB connected hard drive would probably be best.
Macrium Software

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I installed a MSI MS-3871 WLAN 802.11b/g/n 1T1R+BT2.1 EDR Combo Slim Module on my Intel DX58SO running Win 7 Pro x64 and MS Office Pro 2007.

Desktop Boards — Wireless LAN (WiFi) and Bluetooth* module

The software/drivers for the module added Bluetooth features to the Office 2007 applications.

Every time I reply to an email for the first time, I get the following pop-up error box:

Custom UI Runtime Error in Send to Bluetooth

Error found in Custom UI XML of "Send to Bluetooth":
Line: 1
Column: 143
Error Code 0x8000405
Failed to find Office control by ID
ID: FileSendMenu

Two buttons: OK & OK to All

I can disable the pop-up error box by unchecking "Show add-in user interface errors" under "In all Microsoft Office Programs:" in Tools/Options/"Other" Tab/"Advanced Options..." button.

I'd like to know if there is a solution for this issue other than turning off the notification of the add-in user interface error?

How do I troubleshoot this issue?

I have the latest drivers installed. The drivers for the Bluetooth side of the module are from Motorola and the drivers for the WLAN 802.11bgn side of the module are from Ralink.

Bluetooth Devices:

Bluetooth 2.1+EDR USB Device

Driver Provider: Motorola, Inc., Driver Date: 22-Nov-10, Driver Version:

Network adapters:

802.11bgn 1T1R Wireless Adapter

Driver Provider: Ralink, Driver Date: 27-Jul-10, Driver ... Read more

A:Office 2007 Outlook "Send to Bluetooth" Error

This issue is resolve for now. The problem is a Bluetooth driver that causes issues with MS Office as well. See the link below for more details:

Word 2007 Copy and Paste Issue

In addition to disabling the "Show Add-In user interface errors" option as described in post 1, you can disable the "Send to Bluetooth" feature under Tools/Trust Center/Add-Ins/Manage: COM Add-ins (drop down menu and click "Go")/uncheck "Send to Bluetooth."

With Win 7, you need to right click the application exe file, select "Properties"/Compatibility and check the box to run the program as an administrator to be able to uncheck the "Send to Bluetooth" options in all the Office applications.


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I found this on and its such a good price. Does anyone know if this is an "upgrade" or can I buy it alone? In other words, do I already have to own the older version first? The price at Amazon is almost half of what it is at

A:Microsoft® Office Home and Student 2007 - Is this an "upgrade" or can I buy it alone?

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I am desperately hoping that someone can help me with a problem I've got.

I have a range of values (daily financial figures) that are all made from formulas and external sources (other spreadsheets in the same document). None of these values have been directly entered, and the formulas behind them are quite complex. These values (one in each cell) are all read by a graph - however, for days in the future, the graph violently plummets as it's reading the cell values as "$0.00".

Can someone tell me how I can prevent the graph from showing the "$0.00" values? Is there a way to get it to ignore the cells with that value?

A:Getting A Graph In Microsoft Office Excel 2007 To Ignore "$0.00"

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Hi guys,

I have got a laptop with a fresh instal of W7 Pro x64 on it. When I try to install Office 2007 Enterprise or Office Pro Plus 2010 on it the setup tries to start but then crashes with "Microsoft Office Setup has stopped working". This occurs when it actually tries to install, I can go through entering CD key, choosing install location and what to install no problem.

I have tried installing from a downloaded ISO as well in case the disks were in bad condition but exactly the same issue occured.

Any help much appreciated.

A:"Microsoft Office Setup has stopped working" 2007/2010 on Windows 7

Is the install 64x or 84x?

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My new laptop originally came with a trial for the 2007... I uninstalled that, and have been trying to uninstall the program listed as "activation assistant for the 2007 microsoft office suites" under the Add/Remove Programs option in Vista. However whenever i select the uninstall button I get an error saying "Microsoft Office 2007 must be installed before Microsoft Activation Assistant can be installed."

Anyone had a similar problem with a solution?

A:Solved: Remove "activation assistant for the 2007 microsoft office suites"

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I have MS Office 2007 (Student edition installed) on a 6 month old HP Pavilion dv 3510nr. Twice now when opening any of the MS Office applications I get a pop up advising that "MS Office is not configured for current user" . I can proceed no further using the application. There is only one user account set up on my laptop. To get things back to normal I have to use a previous system restore point or else an Acronis disk image.

The installation of MS Office 2007 was a download trial that was activated with a key purchased from MS.

Any ideas what might be causing this, or more importantly can I back up a particular Office 2007 setting that will enable me to get things back to normal without using a SRP or disk image?


A:MS Office 2007 "Not configured for current user"

Try turning off UAC & see if the problem stops.

You could try Office Diagnostics to see if that helps.
Start - All Progs - MS Office - MS Office Tools -MS Office Diagnostics.

Browse through the link below to see if it provides you with some clues.
Vista & Office 2007 Error: "not been installed for the current user" - Technology Questions

Let us know how you go.

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Hi guys,

I am new to the forum and want to post a thread hoping for some help.
I have already searched the internet, but got no good solution.

It's like this: My company has now the Windows 7 rollout. 99% of the clients are x64.
We are using Office 2007.
Since the rollout, multiple users complained that they got the error "Could not open clipboard." in Excel when they are copying cells. I get the error too.

It appears exactly at the point where I press CTRL+C. It does not appear every time (I am able to copy and paste cells 10 times and the next time, the error appears). I can click the error away, but I have to copy the cells again. I never get the error 2 times in a row.

There are also colleagues with same hardware and software configuration. One of them might get the error, the other one not.

We never get this error on our Windows XP x86 machines. Only on Windows 7 x64. Even though we use the same Office 2007 version.

A:"Could not open clipboard" - Office 2007 and Windows 7 x64

Have you tried any of the suggestions here:
Stop error message 'Cannot empty clipboard' - Microsoft Answers

Try to empty the temp folder:
Click on Start > All Programs > Accessories > Run

Copy and paste the following text in the Open field and then press Enter:


Note: ensure all applications are closed before deleting the files.

Delete all the files and folders from the above location.

Also try the steps given under the ?Delete items from the Office Clipboard? section available on the following link to be able to clear clipboard:

Copy and paste multiple items by using the Office Clipboard - Word -

If the issue still persists, try to open Excel in safe mode and check if that fixes the issue. To know how to open Excel in Safe mode, refer to the following link:

Work with Office safe modes - Outlook -

If Excel works fine in safe mode, try to disable the add-in(s) in Excel using the steps given in the link below:

Enable or disable add-ins in Office programs - Support -

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MS office both 2003 and 2007 version are not letting me open any word file on my laptop. I had used office after a pretty long time.Error in 2007 is "The file ___ is not available" and in Office 2003 additionally it shows "The file normal already exists. Do you want to replace it?" when i try to close the window.
I have uninstalled and re installed both 2003 and 2007 numerous times but it didn't help. I have also tried to delete the Normal file ( as suggested in a post) but that didn't help either.
Give a solution asap.

A:MS Office 2003/2007- "The file ____not available"

Given that you write about the "normal" file, is this just a word problem?
are you trying to open a file on a network or on your hard drive?

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This is hard to describe, but here goes, WHen I use Word 2000
somehow there is a 3 space automatic tab that is annoying because I have to back space 3 spaces every time. For example,
If I am typing an address like: Mr. John John and I hit return to type the address: 343 E. Strong Ave.

Even though I have the curser right under the M it puts the 343 three spaces forward, under the J on the first John.

I can't find where that is formatted or where to change it.

ANyone have any ideas?

A:"Word" I need to stop the automatic 3 space tab

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I'm hoping this is a simple fix. I'm trying to fix my elderly uncle's Asus laptop. System Repair pops up and fails. I booted to command prompt and found out it may be hard disk space. 400+ GB Hard drive (only one drive) and there's only 1024kb Free. I'm thinking that could be the issue. Hardware was checked out at the computer store and is fine. But they were going to charge him $200 to fix this failure to boot up issue. I told him to let me try first.

Can I possible "compact" this drive from the command prompt screen?

Note: I have no other Win 7 systems, so can't create a disk, and I have no original disks.
Also, no restore point has ever been set, and there are no partitions on the drive.

A:"Startup repair" failing - hard disk space issue?

Normally, I'd tell you to download a program or two to examine what's using the space or to clean up unnecessary files.

But with only 1024 kb of space, you probably can't install anything.

So--try this:

Start button, search box, type in "disk cleanup" and then poke the disk cleanup listing that shows up.

Let it clean up the drive and report back with how much space you then have.

You'll see an option in disc cleanup where it asks if you want to clean up system files as well. Say yes.

It should calculate how much space it will recover.

Let it run to completion. Might take a few minutes.

Then check your recycle bin to see if it's empty.

Report back with available space.

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Big Kudos to anybody who can solve this one! Very little/nothing on Google or microsoft support site.
Here's the problem:

I'm helping a family member who has a new Dell PC with Windows XP Home, Outlook Express 6.
Every time they close Outlook Express, the following Warning pops up:
To free up disk space OE can compact messages. This may take a few minutes. There are 2 options - OK and Cancel.

Here is the rub: We've closed the warning, or we've clicked OK, or we've clicked cancel, we've checked the box that says don't ask me again....these warnings continue to come up next time (EVERY time) Outlook Express is closed.

This is a senior citizen who has, maybe, 20 email messages and no shortage of memory or disk space. I want to prevent this warning from coming up ever again. How do I do it? Is there some default I can change somewhere?

A:Solved: "Free Up Disk Space" OE warning ?? Stop the Madness!

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My wife has a two month old Lenovo ideapad with Windows 7. We are now getting alerts that the D partition is near full. Is this system taking multipul backups of the harddrive C and storing them all? What are my best options to have a safe backup, but not overloading the D partition? I do see in; Computer>System>Device Manager>Disk Drives>D Drive General tab that there are two options at the bottom.
option one, (not checked in my case) "Compress this drive to save disk space".
Option two, (checked) "Allow files on this drive to have contents indexed in addition to file properties"
Would selecting option one solve my problem? If this system is saving a snapshot of D over and over, it will only be a matter of time when option one will be overcome.
SO, I would think that there has to be a setting that will let partition D delete older backups...right?

Would it be a combination of selecting option one and changing a setting that would enable older backups to be automaticaly removed?

A:Action Center "Check backup disk space" alert

Welcome to the forum
If your D drive is made for backup's only, you can delete all files exept the newest one.
But it's advised to make backup's on an external USB drive and change the frequency of backup's to your files and olso for images to your OS.

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Hello, my system disk is an Intel X25-M G2 80Gb (74.4Gb) and I recently discovered that there is a rather huge discrepancy in used disk space.

According to disk properties I have used up ~73.7 of the 74.4Gb, but the actual files on the disk are only 51.7Gb if I show all hidden/system files, mark everything and check size and WinDirStat report the EXACT same thing.

I have no pagefile on my system disk, no hibernation file and no system restores (it's actually disabled).

So any ideas whatsoever what this could be? It's starting to become rather annoying to "lose" 25% of my system disk. I've run diagnostics and haven't been able to find anything, I've googled it extensively and found others with similar problems, but the only solutions I've found are pagefile, hibernation file, system restores and of course disk cleaning - all of which I have checked already.

A:Approx. 20Gb of system disk space "missing" - Intel X25-M G2

Hello Zeilon, and welcome to Seven Forums.

The tutorial below may be able to help you ID what may be using the SSD's space. Option 1 with WinDirStat is a good starting point.

Hard Disk Space - Free Up and Recover

Hope this helps,

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I have a C: drive which I want to increase in size. Under disk management there is 20GB of "Free space" - (right next to the C: partition). But neither disk management or EASUES partition manager will allow the partition to use this space. How to I change "free space" to "unallocated" so that it can be used ?

A:Cannot extend volume (disk management) although "free space" exists

Can you post a snip showing what you have? An image makes it easier for us to help you. For example, you said that there was 20GB of free space next to your C: partition. What you didn't say was whether it was to the left or right of it.

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Hi everybody, I've made a lot of progress with this external drive, but I seem to be stuck now.


Unidentified problem with 3TB external drive (USB 3.0 enclosure) that the computer suddenly started treating as RAW. Spent the last two weeks running CHKDSK /r repeatedly. Slowly got through many hundreds of indexing errors. Now I get as far as "verifying security descriptors (stage 3 of 5)," but I seem to have hit a wall here...

CHKDSK won?t go any further because there is "Insufficient disk space to fix the security descriptors data stream."

Microsoft?s advice (Error Message:) is of no help to me. They say to ?delete some unneeded files from the disk and try again,? which doesn?t help me since I can?t get the drive to mount or stay mounted long enough to copy the files onto a different drive.


The drive behaves differently each times I power up its enclosure, but it is usually one of these things:

Drive doesn't mount.
Drive mounts after a few minutes. I see a generic "Local Disk L:" in Windows Explorer but, when I try to explore its folders, the computer takes about 15 minutes trying to read it (I can see the progress bar moving slowly across the top of the screen), and then says that "The parameter is incorrect." Drive disappears from Windows Explorer.
Drive mounts after a few minutes. I see the full Volume name that I originall... Read more

A:"Insufficient disk space to fix the security descriptors data stream."

Someone? Anyone?

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i heard this is way to much. what should i set it to?> or what else should i do?

thanks alot,


A:in my internet options, my "amount of disk space to use" is 8591 MB..?

It's down to preference really but you don't really need it to be set more than 200 mb's.

Hope that helps :)

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I got the warning msg that my drive "E" (system restore) was almost full. I did a disk cleanup, and a delete all restore points (including system...). After deleting approx 25 restore points and I've deleted down to 2 currently (new ones) and the only way I could get them to go was with CCleaner, My disk now shows only 4.2 free of the setting of 10.6GB. I cannot find what it taking up over 6GB on my recovery disk. What has it gone for....? I searched the internet several hours but can't find the answer. Any help appreciated...TJ

A:Unable to increase free space on Recovery Disk "E"

System Restore points take up space on C, rather than in E or a recovery partition in my experience. A recovery partition is normally put there by the manufacturer to allow you to restore to factory specifications if needed. I wouldn't ever deliberately put anything else on a recovery partition.

Who made this PC?

Can you post a picture of Windows Disk Management so we can see a visual display of your partitions?

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I am attempting to transfer all of the files form an NTSF 250 GB external drive to an empty FAT32 250 GB internal drive via USB.

I keep getting an error message that says "Cannot copy (filename): There is not enough free disk space. Delete one or more files to free disk space, and then try again. To free space on the drive by deleting old or unnecessary files, click Disk Cleanup".

This is not true though, as the destination drive has more than enough space for the transfer.

A:False error - "not enough disk space" durring transfer

You cannot transfer all the files because many will be in use...

You will ned to make a drive image with a program like Ghost, or you can even use its drive copy feature.

It will be cake to copy an entire drive.

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Hi there!
First of all thanks for the great toturial and the forum.

I tried to do the in-place upgrade from Windows 10 (build 1607) in order to "repair" my system (there are some quirks I want to get rid off) using a freshly created USB (as per description), but it fails with the message "make sure that there is enough disk space available in your PC" (rough translation from german; see attached screenshot) without any further information.

It then automatically cycles back to the question on how to install (i.e. with keeping data and apps or without) and then back into the above mentioned error message.

This is what I already tried or made sure of prerequisites needed:
I have made sure that there is definitely enough disk space available.My C: partition (where windows resides on) is 106 GB large and has currently over 58 GB of free space available.The system partition that is supposed to be 350 MB is still 350 MB (I read something about this potentially being reduced to 100 MB by other tools ...).I have deinstalled the Kaspersky anti virus tool (reinstalled it now after several tries with no success).I have disabled (i.e. fully decrypted) the disk encryption bitlocker on all disks.

My partitions (as seen from "Mini Tool Partition Wizard" and "Disk Manager"):
Do you have any ideas on what else could be wrong?
What intrigues me most is the fact that there is no further information in the error message on what or where is missing... Read more

A:In-Place Upgrade fails with message "not enough disk space"

Hi, Mark and welcome to Ten Forums.
Have you tried to mount the ISO in File Explore, instead if using an USB stick?
I just download the current ISO here: Windows 10 ISO , mount it in File Explorer and run the setup.exe.

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Hi - I keep getting the message that a backup failed due to less than 400 MB on the Windows disk. I have about 350 GB available on the disk!

Other backups have worked OK. I have seen a long thread on the Microsoft site with lots of people saying they have the same intermittent problem, but no solution. Anyone know what causes this?

I'm working Home Premium, and backup up to another hard disk on the same machine which also has lots of free space.

Thanks guys


A:Vista backup fails "not enough space on Windows disk"

Just a couple of simple questions, which you may have already covered.
How much space is on the C drive.(where Vista is installed)
On the 'Where do you want to save your backup' page, you are sure it is your second drive and not the 'Recovery' partition.

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Hello. I am having trouble with a message in Action Center in Windows 8.1. It is saying "Check Backup Disk Space" and I cannot hide the message. I had Windows 7 File Recovery setup with Windows 8.1, but now after the upgrade, the message is "stuck." Can this be fixed? These two links explain it perfectly:

Windows 8.1 Update - Check backup disk space - Microsoft Community

Windows 8.1, can't remove "Check backup disk space" error in action center - Ars Technica OpenForum

Please help. Thanks.

A:"Check Backup Disk Space" Error Windows 8.1

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Hi there,

I am facing a problem with the backup program of Windows 8. My computer (Asus with 250SSD) disk is new and I just installed my programs. Now I want to create a System Image using Windows. The image should be around 50go. Everything works fine until I get a message error saying my external disk does not have enough space, which is impossible since it is completely empty (500go).
Did anyone have ever meet that problem and/or have advices to help me? I would like to solve that and not be forced to used another way to backup.

Thank you,


A:Create system image failed - "not enough space on disk"

Is your second disc formatted NTFS?

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Hello everyone,

I am currently a new registered user and was wondering if this was the correct place to post my problem. I have a issue with my Local Disk (C:/ Drive) and was wondering what was taking up so much space. I have a 1TB hardrive, currently on my Local Disk I have 136GB free of 454 GB. However, when I add up what I can find when opening the drive, it doesn't add up anywhere near the 317GB that it says has been used.

Now, I have currently installed...CCleaner, Eusing Regcleaner, AVG Free 8.0, and TreeSize, all of which I have run various times (still learning about TreeSize).

BEFORE I was getting scared because I had even less memory free (approx. 74.9GB of 454GB). But after running a Disk knocked it down to it's current state. It still doesn't explain how I have so much memory used.

My only thought now is that there are extra copies of my folders and files. Or most likely this has something to do with Vista's "System Restore". I am not very adept at using this PC. Whatever advice you guys can give...try to dumb it down for me and tell me where to go (e.g. Control Panel>Systems>etc..)

And my System Specs are incomplete because I don't even know where to go to get all that information! So if you need to know something about my PC tell me where I might find it or just look at what I have for my System Spec.

Thank you very much, I'll be checking my post at least once a day so I'll try to respond quick if any of you pros have an idea... Read more

A:Local Disk/System Restore/"eating" up space

Hello Mike, and welcome to Vista Forums.

This tutorial will help you see how much disk space is being used by System Restore and how to adjust the MAX size it can use. With a 1TB drive, it will have a high MAX by default.

System Restore - disk space

Hope this helps,

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I know it reduces the overall file size of the folder or file in question, but what method does it use to do this?

If you are not familiar with this phrase, it appear if you right-click on a file/folder in windows explorer and select "advanced". When selected the file/folder name will turn blue.

I need to know for some work, I have to compress some work and I could merely show myself using this feature, but explaining how it works would be better.

Thank you

A:[SOLVED] What does "Compress Contents To Save Disk Space" do?

This compression method does not reduce the "size" of a folder, it reduced the "size on disk". am I right in thinking that this compression method does not alter the code of any files, it merely stores the folder in a way which saves space on the disk?

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I know this question has been asked before as I've read about it all over the Internet. In order to get rid of the 'Low Disk Space' message it says to go to the registry and locate HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Policies \ Explorer, type a new value, etc. The only problem is I don't have an Explorer key. It ends at Policies.

I've tried everything. I've tried creating the key myself, and I've tried inserting the value into the policies folder. Nothing has worked. Can anyone help?
Thank you

A:Solved: Can't get rid of "Low Disk Space" message on my recovery drive

I guess no one else is having this problem. Do you think this is a problem with HP?

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Using XP SP-1, 40GB HDD
A folder named "System Volume Information" has been created in each drive (C:,D:,E:,F: )
and consuming significant disk space day by day. Whether deleting these folders will create any problem. Any other technique to stop increasing the size of these folders ? Please suggest.
Presently consuming more than 3 GB in total.
Sometimes I need system restore to speed up the PC (besides other registry tools ) ..therefore this function is enabled in the system.

A:Too much disk space consumed for "System Volume Information"

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Hey guys?

I need to figure out how to transfer my "master list" in my bibliographic data to a different computer. My laptop has a problem and I need to take it in to fix it before the warranty runs out in less than a week... but I need the sources to write a paper! I have searched the web and just can't figure out how to do it.

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I first notice my notebook begins to have this issue when I tried to update my Windows. It returned me with error code "80070008", which says that my computer might have run out of memory, however, there are 200GB space available
in my C: drive, and I am only using 27~30% of my RAM out of 8GB.
I tried to perform DISM 'ScanHealth' and it returned me "Error: 8 - Not enough storage is available to process this command".
At first, I tried to ignore this issue as I thought it did not cause me any major trouble. But I was wrong. Several USB devices become unresponsive (yellow exclamation icon at Device Manager).
When I tried to manually install drivers, that's when I found out it was this STORAGE insufficiency again that cause me trouble:

"Windows found driver software for your device but encountered error while attempting to install it.  - Not enough storage is available to process this command".
Some of my programs also become incredibly laggy ever since this issue arises, yet I don't know where the problem lies. 
At Event Viewer... I noticed several error messages regarding
"Windows was unable to load the registry. This problem is often caused by insufficient memory or insufficient security rights. - DETAIL: Not enough storage is available to process this command".
I also caught a glimpse of one error that I think stated more clearly:
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Is it possible this can do any harm to my computer?


A:Quick question about the option "compress drive to save disk space"

I have never knwon it to, it doesn't delete any of your wanted files, only temporary junk!

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Greetings, and thanks in advance for your help.

First off a little background...

We have many documents that we use on a regular basis in which we make small corrections to and save them and print them using a MS word template that we created. Unfortunately we were not able to save and protect the formatting of those templates because we need to add more information to the document. And after working perfectly for many years we finally had someone that thought they could "improve" what was already working....and changed the formatting of our "Printdate" Word macro, but not on all the documents only a few.

My question for you is....

1) Is there a way to do a "Search and Replace" with all of the documents to update the "PRINTDATE /@ mm/dd/yy HH:mm" formula that works correctly, with whatever is currently in use on specific pages?

2) Is there a way to protect the template and still alow users to type on the form? Currently the templete itself is protected, however when someone creates a new document it is saved as a .docx file

Thanks for your help.

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Office 2007
Windows XP

I have been creating 2 seperate documents with 2 sets of exact styles. We post one of the documents to the Web (so it is a posting template) and the other is one that we utlitize for internal. Because of this we have created 2 template with exact styles except that in the template we created for internal, the styles are slightly different.

I'll call the first style 1_Body.
Posting template: 4pt space after (equivelant to a solid return online [our vendor for our Web platform developed this])
Internal template: same style has 12 pt space after (equilant to a solid return)

When the text from the posting template is placed into the internal template it automatically switches (eg, use destination styles) to the internal template (12pt space after). The problem is that it doesn't work as well for bullets.

With bullets what normally happens is any attributes associated with the posting template don't translate over the our internal template. It basically will change everything else to the internal template styles except for the bullets.

Does anyone know of a way to remedy this? From what I have found, the best that I can do is reapply the styles after I have pasted the text in for the bullets. Not sure why this isn't a smooth translation. A problem for this is that I'm not the end user when the templates are finished. Thoughts?

A:Word 2007 "Use Destination Styles" problems with bullets

Are you actually using a style for your bullets or are you just clicking the bullet button? Make SURE you're using a style.

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Some Technical Specs (more available upon request):
Microsoft XP Professional, v2002, SP2
Microsoft Office 2007: Word 2007
I have found two very frustrating problems when I revise documents that other people have created.


PROBLEM 1: Invisible, delete-proof fields.

I highlight and delete all the text in a document. Then I highlight the first line and right-click. However, the menu doesn't list "Font, Paragraph, Bullets, Numbering" like it should normally. Instead, it lists "Update Field, Edit Field, Toggle Field Codes" like someone had put in a field into the document body, and that field didn't get deleted with the rest of the text.

And if I add a blank page, or type text, or add spaces, etc. the invisible field still won't go away. With a new page, it moves to the new page and now the first page is normal, but if I delete that new page, it goes back to being on the first page. If I add text, the first word of the new text is now the field, and the rest of the text is normal, but deleting that field text will just move the field to the NEXT first word. I can't think of anything else to try.

Why won't the field delete with the rest of the document body? How can I get rid of it??


PROBLEM 2: Invisible tables.

As with problem 1, this occurs in documents other people have created. As I move my cursor along the body using the left and right arrows, sometimes my cursor vanishes at the end of a line of text. It does not... Read more

A:Word 2007 Problem: "Invisible" Fields & Tables

While I'd have to see the document to be sure, I can suggest a few things:

1. Click where you believe the table to be, and hit select table. Then delete. Or select above and below the table area and hit delete.

2. Turn on viewing of field codes colored gray ALWAYS. That way you'll be able to see where this field starts and ends.

3. View the field codes directly by hitting Alt+F9 to turn it one/off.

If you still have problems, I'm happy to look at the doc.

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Hey does anyone know how to fix this problem?
whenever I open up my microsoft word 2007 home edition, it pops up"

Word could not create the work file. Check the temp environment variable

I am using an HP Pavillion dv9000
Windows Vista Home edition (or the one above the basic edition)
Can someone respond as soon as possible?
I have a paper to write and this problem is not helping me at all.

UPdate** - I found out that my microsoft word is missing a template called Building Blocks.docx

Location: C drive/program files/ Microsoft Office/ templates/ 1033

Does anyone know where I can get a copy of this template on any website or does anyone have it to send to me?

A:MS Word 2007 error~!!! "Temp Environment Variable"

I have the same issue with the same error message and problem, but I haven't seen a response to this earlier question.

I have gone to "Control Panel" > System > Environment Variables. Once there, I have no idea what to look for or what to edit.

By the way, I just read on this forum that registry cleaners create problems. Perhaps my registry cleaner is the culprit.

I have another problem that may or may not be related. When I attempt to install software online and/or from a CD, installation is aborted becuase my system is pointing to an H drive rather than my D drive.

Any help will be appreciated.

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I run a volunteer group and have been donated a number of XP-based PCs with Office 2007 suite. The machines have had little use and are all in good condition. I would like to configure the "save as" function in WORD and PowerPoint so that users can only save any file they have created to an external USB drive (thus preventing files being saved to the hard drives).
If this is not possible can Windows XP be configured so that any file saved to hard drive is deleted as soon as machine is switched off? This would certainly focus user's minds in the future!
Thank you for any help on this.

A:Solved: modify word 2007 to force "save to USB only"

To do the clean up at reboot one needs to get a third party program such as "DeepFreeze".

Most any program can NOT be set as default that a USB device to be set as the place for saving files.
What would you expect to happen if such a device was not found by the program.

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Hi guys

I have a MS Word 2007 document, with a table of content, showing 4 levels of titles.
The problem is that the table of content shows, when I update it, some parts of the body text. It is more precisely, some titles of figures, tables, etc.. I have the feeling Word interpret them automatically as heading style 1, even they are in style normal. Maybe because they are centred??
I select the title of the figure then I click on:
- clear formating, or
- i select normal style again, or
- i select references, then add text, and select option do not show in table of content.

each time the title disapear from the TOC immediately. Then I save the document, but when i re-open, it the title is present again in the table of content....

i've tried saving the document in both .doc or .docx, same result.

Any idea what is going on??

thank you in advance for your reply

A:"Normal" style text permanently in table of content in MS Word 2007

The biggest thing I dislike about Word (any version) is all the automatic stuff it's by default set to do. The worst is the "Autoformat as you type" feature. Have you checked the settings there?

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Hi there,
I've searched a lot on the web for the answer to this problem, but none that fit my particular situation.

Recently this error message has started popping up when I use word 2007 on my home computer:

"Word has lost data due to a bad network connection or missing floppy. Documents relying on this data are going to be saved and then closed"

However, despite its threatening intent, I have never lost data. Its bloody annoying because it stops me typing, I press 'ok' and it goes away, only to pop up at a seemingly random time later.

From my ultimately fruitless googling, I have an idea that it is related to me syncing with an external hard drive, and then using this external hard drive at my work computer. When I do this I save directly to my external drive. Unfortunately I have no choice because my work computer crashes if I try to sync it with my hard drive.

I don't know if my suspicians are right or wrong, but I really hope that somebody can help me with this problem!

Thanks for your time.

A:word 2007 annoying error message: "...lost data due to a bad network..."

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Windows Update trying to install KB2976627, continually receiving error that I do not have enough disk space remaining to install the update. My OS Drive has 75 GB Remaining. Does anybody have any idea what causes this problem and how to remedy it?

A:Windows Update error, "not enough disk space..."

Time to do a Cleanup of your system:
Windows Update Cleanup in Windows 8

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Doing some maintainence on my computer, i am considering doing this option: "Compress drive to save disk space". There is also a "compress old files" to save space

are these both the same things? (same drive)
can i undo this options? im a big fan of reformatting to undo problems in the event its challenging to undo compress a file.


A:"Compress drive to save disk space"

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I used Creative Lab's Wave Studio for years with a single problem.

I loaded it onto my sister's computor and the first time I tried to save a file, I got an error message saying:

"There is insufficient disk space to save (file name)."

She had several gigs of open space so I just chalked it up to something funky of her PC.

A few weeks later, my HD crashed, so I installed a new one and re-loaded my software. When I fired up my Wave Studio (version 4.02), I got the same message. Now I had roughly 75 GIGS of free space.

I'm not a newcomer to the world of software troubleshooting, but this one has me stumped.

Any help would go a long way to restoring my sanity.


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I receive daily a "Low Disk Space" error message which is incorrect and in my estimation fradulent. It goes on to give an alternative to rectify this situation by offering to "Speed up your computer and remove all viruses that are on your computer." Of course all of this is for a price. If you opt in and then change your mind before you totally commit they offer the same package for half price. I refuse to be "sucked in" by this fraudulent company.

I have gone to the internet to try and find out how I may get rid of this enemy. I have used Malwarebytes, Microsoft Security Essentials and Microsofts Security fix program all to no avail. I am at my 'wits end' trying to rid my computer of this plague. This is the url that the message comes through as. I cannot find out any source that will identify its origin:

I need help.


Doug. Bell

A:Fake "Low Disk Space" error message

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There's not enough disk space on drive C where Nero 7.57 is installed; but, there is on drive E. I set Nero's cache folder to E:\NeroTemp and and Windows temp and tmp environment variable to E:\Temp where there is over 100 Gigs of free space and restarted the computer; but, there is no change with Nero's insufficien-disk-space error.

And, yes, I did create those folders for drive E.

What to do?

A:Nero aborts with "not enough disk space" error.

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I had the same trouble. I had never backed up my hard drive before i had kind of run into it so i figure what the hay i'll try it. It told me to back it up on the D drive or disk. (since i didn't have a disk setting there i figured i would back it up on D drive) Well after a few min. it said i didn't have enough space. So i figured Oh well. I didn't need to back it up. Well EVERY TIME I Reboot the computer now it tells me I'm low on disk space on drive D.
Now everyone know D drive doesn't have alot of space it has your system on it. But why now is it checking it all the time. When it tells me to clean it , it shows me where and there isn't anything to clean. THIS IS ANNOYING! HOW DO I MAKE IT STOP?

There is no screen to give a shot of. It's a little icon on the task bar that pops up. Than when you click on it it says delete unused files. When you click on it it gives you the list of files you can delete. BUT there is only two things on it and both are all ready empty. One is recycle bin.

A:[SOLVED] How to stop "low disk space" messages

Hi Rachel3790 and welcome to TSF !

It's better to start your own thread so that we keep one thread for one user. Here's a link to the related thread you first posted into :

Which program did you use to backup your system drive ?

If this is an HP computer have a look at the link advised by Mon in the other thread :

Else, when disk space is running low, Windows may advise you to run the disk cleanup utility which allows you to delete temporary files and empty the recycle bin, among other things. Since this doesn't help it means that your hard drive is simply filled with your own data and the data from the programs you installed on it. The backup you just created is probably also taking some space and if you don't need it you should just delete it.

What you need to do is copy some files on CD's or DVD's, on an external drive or to another computer. You should uninstall the programs you're not using anymore using add/remove programs and you can also delete some old documents of yours in your "my document" folder if you don't need them anymore.

Be careful not to delete any system file or folder. Files that are safe to move away are video and music files. These media files usually take plenty of space and you can free that space if you burn them on CD's or DVD's and delete them from your hard drive.

If you have no idea what's using up space o... Read more

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My OS is XP Pro and I am using Word 2007.

I am trying to copy Word text that has been formatted to a client specific style which includes heading level auto numbering. I need to paste it into a document that also has heading level auto numbering but the numbering is different. When I paste from the source document into the destination document the heading level numbering changes all numbers to bullets.

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I tried the following solution, without success:

Click on the round office icon found at the top left hand corner of the msword window.
Then click on Word options, bottom right of drop down window.
Now go to the advanced tab.
In this window you will find a cut copy and paste section.
Here you can select how word handles things that have been pasted. Click on the drop down boxes and select "keep source formating" .

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INFO ONLY for those suddenly having "no response" with MS Office 2003/2007 Word:

Weeks ago I suddenly got a problem with Microsoft Word (Office 2003) usually failing to respond , unable to open or save files, and just "hourglass thinking". In fact I frequently had to go to Task Manager to close it. Tried everything I could think of and read in sites (renaming "", reloading MS Office 2003, loading MS Office 2007 with same result, removing Adobe 9 Pro that had been loaded a week before, using "repair" command.............and nothing worked. Finally I found a solitary blog input somewhere saying that the person with same problem on Vista resolved it by uninstalling "Office Live DD-on 1.4". I had installed that a few weeks before I discovered the problem and never used Office on Vista PC since installation. I uninstalled "Office Live Add-ON 1.4" after many hours of trying other things.............and PROBLEM FIXED!
On my XP laptop and desktop, that Add-On has no impact on Office programs but is apparently a problem with Vista. I did not see any such notice on Microsoft site.

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I love the Change Tracking system from Word 2002, where deletions are listed off to one side, with a line indicating the former position of that block of text. Additions are then shown in red in place in the text. each change can be independently accepted or rejected.

For some reason, Word 2007 uses the awful system from Word2000: both additions and deletions show in-place within the text, both in red, with deletions shown as stuck-out. Very difficult to use for complex editing, and prone to error.

Is there a way to set Word 2007 to show changes the way Word 2002 does?

A:"Change Tracking" Style in Word 2007

Got it: Review tab>Tracking>Track Changes.

Choose "Always" under "Use Balloons", and make sure you're in Print View to see the balloons.

Yay! Hope my problem helps someone else!

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My OS is XP Pro and I am using Word 2007. I am trying to copy Word text that has been compared to a similar Word document w/all the differences shown between the two documents and then paste this formatted text into a different Word document. When I do that, the formatting disappears. I tried the following solution, without success:
Click on the round office icon found at the top left hand corner of the msword window.
Then click on Word options, bottom right of drop down window.
Now go to the advanced tab.

In this window you will find a cut copy and paste section.
Here you can select how word handles things that have been pasted. Click on the drop down boxes and select "keep source formating" .
Is there a different fix for this problem? Thanks!

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(Following text has been translated from French)

I have two PC:
- one HP Pavilion dv7-7180sf Notebook PC, i7-3610QM CPU
- one desktop HP p6242fr, Core2 Quad CPU Q8300
This last one has a default of file association with .doc, default describes hereafter that the first does not have although they run both under Windows 7 Family Premium (64 bits) SP1 and that the version of MS Office used is the same, i.e. 2007 SP3. The two machines are regularly updated each week by Windows Update.

Description of the default (only Word of MS Office 2007 is concerned):
First of all, I must say that to open a file .doc with the Open command of the Office Button of Word does not present any problem.
However, by double clicking on a file .doc, this one opens under another application (OpenOffice or NotePad also installed on my PC) whereas the same action on the files .docx normally opens them under Word 2007.

Of course, to solve this problem consists in modifying the files association with .doc file type by using the contextual menu ?Open with?, check the text ?Always use the selected program to open this type of file??, ?Browse? the tree structure ?C: > Program Files (x86) > Microsoft Office > Office 12? and double-click on ?Winword.exe?. But surprise, Winword does not appear in the programs list of the ?Open with? window.

Several tests were carried out:
- after having carried out the Microsoft Office 2007diagnoses (Office button > Word Options > Resources),
- after ... Read more

A:Can't get Word 2007 associated with .doc files in "Open with" window

Go to Control Panel/Default Programs.

In the Set Your Program Defaults you can set MS Word 2007 as default.

In the Set Program Access and Computer Defaults you can associate file types with desired programs.

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When I insert one of the calendars in my building block organizer, I cannot figure out how to change the month.

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I have MS Word 2007 and vista. Word worked fine, but now when i try to open a word doc it says "preparing to install" for a brief moment and then i get an error message saying:

This update package could not be opened. Verify that the update package exists and that you can access it, or contact the application vendor to verify that this is a valid Windows Installer update package.

A:"This update package could not be opened" Word 2007

I had the same problem with my Office 2007. I found that I had actually installed a trial version of Office 2007 Professional that came with my Office Basic. When it expired, nothing worked.

So, I went to and selected the option to download a backup copy of the software (since it didn't come with a CD). When it's done downloading (I have 1.5 MBps down and it takes roughly an hour), I have the license key that came with the computer to activate the version I should have installed to begin with!

Hope that helps!

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Does anyone know how (or if it is possible) to turn on the classic toolbars in Word 2007? This has got to be the worst "upgrade" Microsoft has ever done. I can see how the new arrangement of icons and buttons might be helpful to a novice user, but I am an advanced user. Now all the advanced functions of Word that I liked to use take at least twice as many clicks to get to, that is if I can find them at all! The help files are next to useless. This is very frustrating. If anyone has any idea of how to get Word 2007 to function/look like any previous version of Word I would really appreciate it. Has anyone written a hack to override this messed up GUI?


A:Solved: MS Office 2007 - The "Upgrade" From H*ll

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when i try to install MS office 2007, it give me an error "Setup cannot find OneNote.en-us\"... and it ask me to browse the valid directory of the file ... & when i do it .. it say that the directory is invalid....

plz ... any 1 can give an advice to solve this problem ..!!!

A:MS Office 2007 "Setup Problem"

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Today I noticed that MS PPT would not open an e-mail attachment. It gave a message MS Office PPT has stopped working... I tried opening MS Word, same fault. Ran MS Office Tools Diagnostics and could not find any problems. Clicking on further help button yielded a Internet explorer can not connect to web site... I have a good connection with everything else. I then uninstalled MS Office Pro 2007, then reinstalled. Unfortunately even after upload of Office SP2, when I try to open Word, Excell or Power Point, I again get the "has stopped working correctly..." message. What should I do now?

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Hey guys!

I'm getting this error when I try to upload my resume on to a website and so I'm unable to do any uploading:

"you cannot close microsoft office word because a dialog box is open office 2007"

I've had this error before and last time I deleted a windows update (can't remember what) but I'm afraid that it might have came back (blame it on the wife ). Anyways this error is linked to Norton which I don't use (using Avast).

using windows 7 (x64), office 2007, reproduces on all browsers. No processes that deal with office is running.

If anyone has any ideas as to how to get rid of this it would be lots of help. THanks.

A:"you cannot close microsoft office word because a dialog box is open"

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Hello guys, the last week I've been strugling with these nasty BSODs. At first I thought it was my HDDs as ntoskrn.exe somewhat hinted towards that from googling it. My HDDs have been causing a lot of trouble earlier as well due to their somewhat long years of service. However, I've recently reformated my computer and installed W7 on a brand new Corsair Force GT 120GB SSD hoping the BSODs would go away, they didn't.

I googled BSOD and I stumbled upon this forum and I thought I'd give it a try. I'm somewhat desperate, as I need my computer working for both work, school and amusement.

I've been trying to run Memtest in order to test my memory but without any results. I'm also currently running on only on 4GB chip instead of two, to see if the problem still exists. Also, without any results.

This is the second time I'm writing this thread btw, I was just about to post it and my PC crashed.

Here is my two logs + dxdiag (last crash didn't generate a log oddly enough).

Here is additional hardware/gear that I use:

Razer Megalodon 7.1 Headset
Razer Naga
Logitech G19
Logitech C920 (Webcam)
Corsair 750W PSU

My temperatures are also good. Both CPU and MB idles at around ~25. GPU's all good too. I'm also using a Corsair 650D chassi with dustfilters at both air-income so dust is minimal. On top off this, I use airpressure to clean away dust somewhat regularly and I also did exactly this 2 days ago when I reinstalled the pc.
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A:BSOD - "Memory management", "Bad pool header", "ntoskrnl.exe"

Are you over-clocking? Is the bios set to its defaults? Is the SSD set on a SATA 3 port in AHCI mode?

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Hi all,

When I right-click to bring up the folder menu, the "new" bar contains many of the other office applications, but not word. Is there any way to fix this?

Thanks in advance,

A:Right-click -> New -> but no "Microsoft Office Word Document"

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I repeatedly get this message:

"You cannot close Microsoft Office Word because a dialog box is open. Click OK, switch to Word, then close the dialog box."

I don't find any open dialog box. Ever. Not sure what they're referring to. How do I delete this? Thanks!

A:MS Office Word doc "dialog box open" issue

Try minimizing Word and see if there is a box behind Word!

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I've got Windows XP Pro, running Office 2003. When I right click on a Word file, and go to "Save As", it will only give me the options to save the new file as a Word 2007, or a Word 2007 Macro-enabled Document (.docm)

How do I change this, as no one in my company uses Office 2007 yet? I know I can open the document and save it as a .doc file from there, but just thought I'd try to find a way to simplify the process. Thanks in advance!!

A:Office 2003 Word "Save As..." Options

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Trying to reinstall Office 97 on a laptop where it is presently installed. Error message says "dos and windows programs cannot be installed on this computer". Separate problem; on this same computer, when saving Word documents, only the first letter of any file name is shown in the my document file

A:Office/Word 97 installation and "save" problems

What make and model laptop? What operating system is running on it? It sounds suspiciouly like a message you might get trying to install a Windows or DOS program on an Apple notebook (laptop).

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I have recurring problem, which I have noticed on PCs other than my own. The used space on my hard disk drive is approximately 5GB higher than the total of all the files on it. (It's always been around 5GB, every time I've seen it). The only thing I can do is to reformat the disk, and it will be fine for a few months, and then the same amount will "disappear" again. Disk cleanup, ccleaner, etc don't help, and it's not the recycle bin or temporary files.

It happens on my primary (Windows XP) partition, but not on the secondary partition, and last week it happened on my external hard disk after I deleted a large quantity of data.

I only have 60GB in total (30GB on the primary partition) in my laptop, and 40GB on the eternal drive, so its pretty annoying to lose 10GB. If it makes any difference, my external drive is a 2.5" laptop drive, a Hitachi Travelstar, NTFS formatted. Not sure what brand is in the laptop, but it's FAT32. But I've seen this happen on a friend's desktop too (again only on the primary partition).

Any ideas why this happens and if I can do anything about it that doesn't involve reformatting?


A:"Lost" hard disk space

Tell me if I'm teaching you to suck eggs, but what size blocks do you have on your drives, because without decent sub-block allocation, you'll often lose parts of blocks for files when they're smaller than the block size. Even with sub-block allocation, you'll still lose a bit because of the overheads, but 5GB seems a little steep for that size of disk.

If I compare my size of files, with size on disk, I'm losing ~1-2% of the disk. That's with the default block size of 4K. But it probably depends on the number of small file you have around the place.

After deleting a large number of files, it's probably worth-while running a disk cleaner to make all the blocks contiguous again, and that should give you back most of your space, but if they are really not getting re-allocated as free space, then I'll have to dig more.


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Hello people, I have an external 500 gigs drive with over 100 gigs free and a partition on a RAID 0 with 500 gigs free. I was trying to copy a folder with 25 gigs of data from my external hard drive to my 500 gigs partition, until at about copying 2.5 gigs, Windows shows up a warning saying that there is not enough disk space and that the file (was 500 Kb...) could not be copied. I skipped it and kept doing the same thing for every subsequent file... whats my computer's problem? I have WIndows Vista Home.

A:Solved: "There is not enough disk space" warning

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I'm getting the Low Disk Space message in Windows XP. Well, DUH...I knew that I was running out of room, so I bought an external hard drive with more space than I'll ever fill. Like an idiot...when I got the external.....I just went to folders...sometimes programs and used "send to" the now G: drive. Yes, I know, that was STUPID! Many of the same files are duplicated, etc so that they were copied and sent....not actually MOVED. Some of my programs don't even work correctly anymore.

I know that I can do a system restore....but I'm almost afraid that it might crash my pc. What is the easiest way to fix this problem and put everything else, except my bare essentials, on the bigger drive?


A:The dreaded "Low Disk Space" message

bumping this hoping to get some help

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I am getting this window popping up every 2 or 3 minutes despite clicking on it and ticking the usual boxes to remove the unwanted files - 3 minutes later back pops the warning

its as if the pc doesnt know I'm actually doing it

I have followed this advice given to someone else on another site

"Insure the temp files in the hidden Local Settings folder are deleted.
Start>My Computer> Local Disk C> Computer user name> Then go to tools (at the top)> Folder Options>View and put a dot in show Hidden Files and Folders Click OK> Open the Local Setting Folder>Temp> Delete all the files you can in the temp folder.
3. Run Disk Clean from the Start>All Programs> Accessories> System Tools>Disk Clean Insure you remove all the compress old files.
4. Get Rid of the Restore points and Lesson the amount of disk space System Restore uses.
Right click on My Computer>Properties>System Restore and put a check in turn off system restore now click on the Settings Button Choose a setting of 1 - 5% click apply and OK
Go back and TURN ON system restore, insure the amount of disk space for system restore did not default to the Max amount."
but it hasn't made any difference whatsoever

could this be a virus? I ran malaware and then 'search and destroy' but that made no difference either

I have an Acer Aspire T1 2OE

A:incessant "low disk space" warnings

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In Explorer on Computer, is there a way to change the number of gigabytes or percentage that Windows uses before it changes from the blue bar to red? For instance, I have an array that is 1TB, but it still has over 15GB free on it, but Windows interprets that percentage as the drive being low, so the bar appears red.

To me, I don't want that bar red unless there is say, 5GB remaining, or maybe even 1GB. 15GB still goes a long way, even though it is a small fraction of 1TB.


A:Changing the Disk Space Bar "Low Level"

Quote: Originally Posted by muzicman82

In Explorer on Computer, is there a way to change the number of gigabytes or percentage that Windows uses before it changes from the blue bar to red? For instance, I have an array that is 1TB, but it still has over 15GB free on it, but Windows interprets that percentage as the drive being low, so the bar appears red.

To me, I don't want that bar red unless there is say, 5GB remaining, or maybe even 1GB. 15GB still goes a long way, even though it is a small fraction of 1TB.


15Gb out of 1Tb would be considered low to me.

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I am trying to copy a 9gig video file to my Seagate external USB 2 drive for back-up.
The drive has 140gig available, but I keep getting the "not enough free disk space" warning when I try to move it and it will not allow it to be copied.
What am I missing? is it a format thing?

A:Solved: "not enough free disk space"

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I have to harddrives, drive :C/ and drive D :/ drive c has the basic miniums and came with 16 gbs of space which is completely full with windows , then drive d has 136gbs and is 103gb of free space left
ANYTHING i try to download i try to make it go to Drive D but none the less i keep getting the error "not enough disk space"

this is a brand new system, that a friend whos good with computers built for me for my gaming needs, i have a

intel r core tom 2 quad cpu 6600 @ 2.40GHz 4 gb ram 64 bit operating system..

if you can help or need any info please let me know where i can find the info for you on the computer im pretty crappy with computers so i need all the help ican get

A:keep getting "not enough disk space" with 2 hard drives

anyone have any ideas? this is getting really frustrating....

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I frequently get a notice that the disk space on my D drive is low and asking me if I want to clear up some space by using the cleaning utility that came with Windows XP Home Edition. This disk is my secondary drive and I know the space is low. Is there a way that I can get rid of this annoying notice that appears on my screen every so often? Thanks.

A:Solved: Notice of "Low Disk Space"

Hi referee07,

The "clean up unnecessary files" is safe to use. You can also add
choices in the list of what's to be deleted. You can also safely
remove all temporary files... Search for "*.tmp" (without quotes)
and delete those.

Also the trash bin standard setting is 10% of your drive. I would
adjust that downward to 2 % on all drives.

And, of course, you can delete some things that you really don't
need, or put them on a CD if you have a burner. Hope that helps.

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Forgive me, but I?m new to the forum and relatively new to [rebuilding] computers (compared to some of you, I?m sure?) I do have a tech background.

Having said that, I had to do a re-install of XP (SP1) on a Dell Optiplex GX620 that I have. While at it, I upgraded the HD to 1.5TB (Seagate Barracuda)

The XP install went well. I did not have a restore disk for the drivers, so I went to Dell?s driver download website and downloaded the correct drivers for my model/service tag.

I put the drivers on a USB flash drive and moved them/loaded them onto the Dell. I installed the drivers in order and most installed fine. A few however, such as the Broadcom 57XX Gigabit Divers, are telling me that I am out of disk space. I get the error and a dialog box says that the volume on the C: drive is -650GB, and I have -655GB Available, with 2328KB Required and Differences of -650GB? I have no-idea what?s going on here, but I can?t seem to install the driver(s).

I did Disk Clean-up, defrag, chk disk, Ccleaner? blah, blah, blah? I am only using 1% of the available drive capacity.

Any ideas?

A:New O/S and driver install "Out of Disk Space"???

BUMP... Does anyone know whats going on with this? It's a simple re-install and driver install problem; not a virus or anything weird.

Someone has on this forum has HAD to have seen this before.

Please help.


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We have a user who is trying to save an Outlook email (as a .msg), but when she tries to save, she gets the following error: "There is not enough free memory to run this program. Quit one or more programs, and then try again." Outlook is the only program she is running.

Note: The email she is having a problem saving was sent by a user outside our organization. When I had her try to save an email that I sent her from within our organization, it worked. It could it be that the sender used a different version of Outlook when creating their message...could that cause this error?


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I'm having an issue with the Comment function of Word 2007...

When I hit 'New Comment', a new comment appears like it should, except that the text in the comment is reversed. So instead of it looking like

Comment[DA1]: ...text here...

It looks like this

...text here... :[DA1]Comment

It's forcing me to insert the text before the comment (before the semi-colon). Is there any way to change this back to the way it should be? It's really frustrating because when I type in the comment, everything is reversed (in order to backspace I need to hit delete etc.) and my text doesn't always follow the order that I enter it in (mid sentence the cursor will move back to the beginning of the sentence).


A:Word 2007 "Comment" Issues

What's your language set to be?

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Guys,I want to put "tick"sign in the box on my cv but I not able to do.
I have followed this way
BUT the tick sign set just besides it the box but I m can not to put into the box.Hope u guys got it.

A:How to put "tick" sign into the box in MS Word 2007?

If you can't replace the blank boxes w/ box w/ check mark, then try to insert a text box w/ check mark. Change the background color to none, resize the box and drag it over the box you want to check. Copy, paste and move checks to other boxes.

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Normally when updating the table of contents you get the option to either update the whole TOC, or just the page numbers. This feature (a dialogue box that pops up to ask which one you want) is usually available after clicking "update TOC." It has always worked for me in the past on the same computer, running same software. All of a sudden now it only lets me update the whole table - the dialogue box that asks which one I want no longer pops up. This is a big problem for the work I'm doing. I'm a publisher and owner of . All the wise ones out there - help! Thanks

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I just had Word 2007 installed on my new laptop (Windows 7) and it won't open. The little peach colored box with the logo on it pops up and freezes every time. I ran troubleshooting on it and it says it is an "Incompatible Application". I tried running it in compatibility mode for Windows Vista, in safe mode, and as an administrator, and it won't open. Help?

A:Word 2007 "Incompatible Application"

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