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what causes @temp errors

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what will cause a autoit progrm to start giving a @temp error in XP I have been using the program for about 2 yrs and now all of a sudden I start getting this error.

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yonu

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Please describe the error in more detail. You can provide a screen shot if that helps.

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thanks for replying and was easier jst to include a screenshot

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thanks for replying and was easier jst to include a screenshot

That can't have been easier. When the MsgBox() is active you can just press CTRL+C to copy all text :D

Anyway, that means exactly what it says, path cannot be found. Try to check if the file really exist with FileExist() before you run it.

Also what version do you use? That "AutoIt Error" has to be antique. You really should upgrade, if not for the features then for the increased speed. Or because AutoIt doesn't hard-crash for such things anymore.

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That can't have been easier. When the MsgBox() is active you can just press CTRL+C to copy all text :D

wow.. I've just knew this.. thanks AA


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I am sure the code is antique however I don't have the source code for the whole program and yes the path does exist I have watched the program unzup and place the files there then i get the error the odd thing is the error just started about 2 or 3 days ago.

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as a side note i tried it in a virtual machine with a fresh windows install and it works fine so what could change in windows to cause this error to happen

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as a side note i tried it in a virtual machine with a fresh windows install and it works fine so what could change in windows to cause this error to happen

According to your message box screenshot, it's going into \New User\, is that the name of the user you're using the script on?

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yeap that is the username in windows and that is the one I have been using since i reinstalled my system 2yrs ago so that isn't new

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I take it know one know what could change in windows to cause this error to start happening I have tryed it on 2 other systems and it works fine

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The file you are trying to run from the temp directory is not there. This can be due to one of the following:

1. Your temp directory is full

2. The file is not there

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