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A client with 2 computers 1 xp, 1 vista is getting a zip error when trying to zip a folder containing a large number of image files. It is saying not enough space on Disk, he is writing to 32 GB usb drive. I am able to compress a like number of files using Win 7 no problem. Is there a maximum zip file size or could it be we need to increase some sort of temp file size parameter? Thanks....Bob Loree

Here is the first part of the error file ChilkatLog: WriteZipAndClose: DllDate: Apr 17 2012 UnlockPrefix: COMPLEZIP Username: HANK-PC:Hank Architecture: Little Endian; 32-bit Language: ActiveX targetZipPath: G:Vetsback_01640_20121219_034940.zip tempDir_ifNeeded: . oemCodePage: 437 encryption: 0 passwordProtected: 0 WriteFileError: WindowsError: There is not enough space on the disk. WindowsErrorCode: 0x70 --WriteFileError Data pipeline failure (1) Uncompressed to compressed failed. FailedFile: imagesclients18301-INVOICE.PDF WriteFileError: WindowsError: There is not enough space on the disk. WindowsErrorCode: 0x70 --WriteFileError Data pipeline failure (1) Uncompressed to compressed failed. FailedFile: imagesclients18301-LETS GET ACQUAINTED.PDF WriteFileError: WindowsError: There is not enough space on the disk. WindowsErrorCode: 0x70 --WriteFileError Data pipeline failure (1) Uncompressed to compressed failed. FailedFile: imagesclients18301-TREATMENT 11.24.12.PDF WriteFileError: WindowsError: There is not enough space on the disk. WindowsErrorCode: 0x70 --WriteFileError Data pipeline failure (1)

asked Dec 18 '12 at 17:42

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Bob, set the zip.TempDir property equal to a local hard drive path that has more capacity.

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answered Dec 19 '12 at 10:29

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