During the installation of MimioStudio, the installer puts 200MB of files into the Windows temp directory, which is located on drive C by default.

Solution 1

The temp directory in Windows often contain files from previous software installations that are no longer needed. You can delete unnecessary files in the temp directory and reinstall MimioStudio.

  1. Click Start.
  2. Select Run.
  3. Enter %TEMP% and click OK.
  4. Delete any unnecessary files.
  5. Reinstall MimioStudio.

Solution 2

Change the location of the Windows temp directory to your D drive or another drive with more capacity. Please note that incorrectly changing the setting for the Windows temp directory can severely impact performance or cause other issues. 

  1. Right-click My Computer and select Properties.
  2. Click on the Advanced tab.
  3. Click on Environment Tables.
  4. For both TEMP and TMP variables, change the path from the C drive to the D drive. (For example D:\TEMP\sys)
  5. Click OK to all open Windows and restart your computer. After restarting, reinstall MimioStudio.
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