- December 22, 2008 at 8:44 am #28414
If you have just created a RAID volume and installed Windows on it, then eventually whilst surfing you are going to need a flash player. If you have firefox, you'll be prompted to install the flash player, then redirected to the manual install. You'll download the file, try to install it, and it will tell you it cant install the flash player because you dont have enough space!! Since it only wants 5MB and I have 600GB available, that was a little annoying to me 😉 When I installed Windows on my RAID0 volume, Windows hasn't named my RAID volume C, instead naming it H. My card reader showed as 4 drives, C,D,E and F. My floppy drive is of course still drive A, but my DVD burner is drive G. If I hadnt had a card reader, the drive letters would all be different, but my windows drive will still not be drive C!Adobe has a glitch in their flash installer for firefox. They havent asked you which drive you want to install it to, just assumed C, so in my case, C being an empty card reader, they have inspected the drive and found insufficient space.. then just stopped grrrr...Since my windows drive is H, not C, I need it to install to H !! Here's the easiest way to do it...If you have a drive H, usually meaning you have a RAID array, then something else may be named C. In my case it was one of the slots on my card reader. First, you need to get rid of the card reader as a drive C.In XP, you would go to performance and maintenance in the category view of control panel and from there, administrative tools> computer management. Vista path may be slightly different, I have no clue
Mitz from Tips4pc
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