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Hi:

Im executing some macros that generate Snapshots in Access 2000 but
when they are running it appears the following error:

"The Report Snapshot was not created you don't have enough free disk
space for temporary work files"

I have just analize the server where I execute the macros and I have
found the following information:

Total Physical Memori ------- 2.227.740 KB
Available Physical Memory --- 1.167.324 KB
Total Virtual Memory -------- 7.779.200 KB
Available Virtual Memory ---- 5.535.768 KB

I beleave that the problem isn`t by lack of space.

Can anyone help me?

Thank you very much,
Gorka
Nov 13 '05 #1
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i have had this error before.... nice one hey...

It usually means that the application can not write the snapshots to the
location you have specified

(e.g. you do not have rights, your path is wrong, the server is not
connected, etc... etc....)

Let me know how you get on...
Nov 13 '05 #2

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Gorka wrote:
Hi:

Im executing some macros that generate Snapshots in Access 2000 but
when they are running it appears the following error:

"The Report Snapshot was not created you don't have enough free disk
space for temporary work files"

I have just analize the server where I execute the macros and I have
found the following information:

Total Physical Memori ------- 2.227.740 KB
Available Physical Memory --- 1.167.324 KB
Total Virtual Memory -------- 7.779.200 KB
Available Virtual Memory ---- 5.535.768 KB

I beleave that the problem isn`t by lack of space.

Can anyone help me?

Thank you very much,
Gorka


You are looking in the wrong place. The message refers to disk space,
you are looking at memory, it also refers to temp disk space, check your
%TEMP% environment variable to see where that is and check hoiw much
space is on that disk.

Also as WindAndWaves points out, the reason given in the message may be
bogus, it appears to be a catch all whenever a program cannot write to a
disk for some reason.

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Nov 13 '05 #3

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