Yeah I've encountered the same problem upgrading from XP. It's a shame
Microsoft couldn't sort out this sort of problem before they released the
code, because I for one can't evaluate the 'experience' if I can't get the
installation to work! It doesn't bode well for the rest of the operating
system if the installation software doesn't work, does it!
It's no wonder Linux is taking over. At least you can install the system!
Any of you bright sparks at Microsoft go any idea? About anything?
By the way, the first time I tried to post this question, there was a
"Andrew Frazier" wrote:
> "Your computer does not have enough space for temporary files
> Windows installation needs at least 436 megabytes (MB) of free space on any
> partition for temporary files. Free some space on any partition.
> [Error: 0x80070103]"
> Thing is I have 17.5 gigabytes free on my drive.
> Any suggestions?