low disk space with nothing downloaded

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Terry 07/24/2010 10:14 pm
I just transfered my Offline Explorer Pro ver 4.9 to my new computer because my last one died on me. I transferred all my old backup files and templates. I don't have anything downloaded, my Disk free space limit is set to 50,000 mb. When I try to clean up unused websites, nothing comes up. However, whenever I try to download my projects I get the error 'low disk space'. I even tried to start a new project and got the 'low disk space' error again.

I need some help because I can't figure out why I'm getting this error or how I would go about solving it.

- Terry
Oleg Chernavin 07/25/2010 07:02 am
Please press Ctrl+Q to see the Log window with more details.

It is possible that the disk for temporary files has no free space. Please see all used folders in the Options dialog - Files section.

Best regards,
Oleg Chernavin
MP Staff
Terry 07/25/2010 10:45 am
Okay, I checked the log for details and got this error:

ERROR - 7/25/2010 7:30:33 AM - Not enough disk space(0 free, min 889192448 required): d:\download\m.fanfiction.net\s\5427731\9

It seems that it's still trying to download on to the D drive which isn't there anymore. In the files location section, I have everything pointing to C drive (Download directory: c:\download\; Temporary directory: C:\downloadTemp\; and my Projects, templates, and maps directory: C:\Offline templates)

I looked in the Options and the templates for anywhere else that could be making it look at the nonexsistant D drive, but couldn't find any.

So, how do I change it so it puts the downloaded file into the C drive and not D drive?

- Terry
Oleg Chernavin 07/25/2010 04:42 pm
Please select the folder that contains this project (in the Projects tree) and click the Properties button. I suppose you set the Folder Download Directory some time ago.

Oleg.
Terry 07/25/2010 05:17 pm
That worked. Thanks. Apparently, I forgot to reset the download directory when I restored the project folder, so it was trying to send to D drive.

- Terry
Oleg Chernavin 07/26/2010 03:51 am
OK. Great that it works now!

Oleg.