Windows 2000 and XP

 

     
    • Right-click My Computer and select Properties
     
    • Select the Advanced tab
     
    • Click the Environment Variables button
     
    • Select TMP from the User variables for <username> box
     
    • Click Edit...
     
    • Replace the current path in the Variable Value field (usually c:\temp or %windir%\temp) with the new path such as D:\Temp or any other path that is valid
     
    • Click OK
     
    • Select TEMP from the User variables for <username> box
     
    • Click Edit...
     
    • Replace the current path in the Variable Value field (usually c:\temp or %windir%\temp) with the new path D:\Temp
     
    • Click OK
       
    • Verify current Environmental Variables
     


    Windows NT

     

    1. Right-click My Computer
     
    • Select Properties
     
    • Select the Environment tab
     
    • Select TMP from the User variables for <username> box
     
    • Replace the current path in the Value field (usually c:\temp or %windir%\temp) with the new path such as D:\Temp
     
    • Click Set
     
    • Select TEMP from the User variables for <username> box
     
    • Replace the current path in the Value field (usually c:\temp or %windir%\temp) with the new path such as D:\Temp
     
    • Click Set
     
    • Click Apply
     
    • Click OK
       



    For Windows 98

     

       
      • Click Start, Run
       
      • Type Sysedit
       
      • Click OK
       
      • The AUTOEXEC.BAT window opens
       
      • Replace the existing path (usually c:\temp or %windir%\temp) in the TMP and SET TEMP statements with the new path
       


      Note: If the SET TEMP and SET TMP statements do not exist, enter the statements with the correct path such as:



        SET TMP=d:\temp

        SET TEMP=d:\temp