Thank you Regina.
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From: Regina Henschel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sun, 27 Apr 2014 12:21
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Upgrade Problem on Windows
James E Lang schrieb:
18.104.22.168 -> 22.214.171.124
After performing a cleanup on the volume there is only 207MB
available on C: on a Windows XP system on which I'm working. After I
specified that LO be installed on volume D: the installer still
requires 427MB on C:. I hesitate to compress volume C:.
Volume, Size, Available, Needed
C:, 15GB, 207MB, 427MB
D:, 107GB, 61GB, 352MB
F:, 16GB, 6694MB, 0KB
Is there any way to avoid using C:?
(Growl! Windows. Bah, humbug!)
Do you have used already methods to get more free place on drive C?
[The cleanup to which I referred performed at least the first two of these.]
Empty all temp or tmp folders.
[I will have to look up how to do the next one for FireFox.]
Empty the cache of your browser and/or move the location for the cache of you browser to drive D.
[All of this misses my point which is that the installer requires space on one specific volume
(I.e. on C:) and that this disk usage apparently cannot be redirected to another volume (e.g. D:).
It looks like I might be able to migrate one application (Pegasus Mail) from volume C: to volume
D:. That's simply a work-around — not a fix for the basic problem.]
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