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not enough storage is available to process this command


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#1 baroqz

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Posted 05 September 2009 - 10:47 AM

good day!

i'm a newbie to the wifi world and i recently bought a wifi+bluetooth dongle. i already installed the software included in the package, but when i plug in the dongle it says "please make sure you have the correct USBWBCONF.ini file under %windir%"

i dont have a clue what that message meant! i already tried upgrading to vista SP2 and also tried installing KB893357, but that turned out to be another problem because after i click KB893357 installer, an error message appears "not enough storage is available to process this command"

it has been a crazy 2 days for me searching for solutions.

PLEASE HELP!!!!

the dongle is a SYNTEK USB COMBO DONGLE using 3DSP, capable of WPA and WPA2.

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Posted 05 September 2009 - 02:00 PM

Thats a driver file. You may try re-installing the driver.
If the problem persists, search your computer for the said file (USBWBCONF.INI) and copy it your Windows folder which in most cases is C:\Windows.




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