C users appdata local temp



Устранение ошибки AsusSetup c:\users\User\appdata\local\temp\180917Log.iniis lost

При загрузке компьютера появляется окно вида
c:\users\User\appdata\local\temp\180917L og.iniis lost

Устранение ошибки AsusSetup C:\Users\Username\AppData\Local\Temp\***Log.iniis lost


Если у вас при запуске Windows возникает ошибка вида C:\Users\Username\AppData\Local\Temp\***Log.iniis lost. где Username #8212; ваше имя в системе, а звездочки #8212; число, то все, что вам нужно, это ввести команду regedit в меню Пуск.

Откроется редактор реестра, в котором нужно найти следующую запись:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Wi ndows NT\CurrentVersion\Schedule\TaskCache\Tre e\ASUS\ Теперь удаляем все записи вида i-Setup******* и перезагружаем систему. Ошибка больше не появляется.

Запускаем regedit и удаляем #8212;

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\W indows NT\CurrentVersion\Schedule\TaskCache\Tre e\ASUS\i-Setup180917]
#171;Id#187;=#187; 4960FFCF-AAED-4C16-AE65-B0BE6C318 F7E #187;
#171;Index#187;=dword:00000002#187;
NT\CurrentVersion\Schedule\TaskCache\Tre e\ASUS\i-Setup182418]
#171;Id#187;=#187; 4960FFCF-AAED-4C16-AE65-B0BE6C318 F7E #187;
#171;Index#187;=dword:00000002#187;
NT\CurrentVersion\Schedule\TaskCache\Tre e\ASUS\i-Setup130842]
#171;Id#187;=#187; 4960FFCF-AAED-4C16-AE65-B0BE6C318 F7E #187;
#171;Index#187;=dword:00000002#187;

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C:\Users\User\AppData\Local\Temp

Re: C:\Users\User\AppData\Local\Temp


Where did you get this .zip file from?

That program is NOT distributed as a zip file (to my knowledge). Is is
distributed on a CD/DVD as a bunch of files on the disk. If you downloaded
it from Microsoft it is likely a self extracting executable.

In the first case the program would start the auto install procedure by your
inserting the disk in the tray. In the second case you would run the
executable.

If someone just zipped up their folder where they installed Money to, and
gave the .zip file to you, you do not have a working version of Money. It
must be installed on the computer where it is to be used.

Richard Urban
Microsoft MVP Windows Shell/User


todd todd@xxxxxx wrote in message
news:F9C49D68-C725-4E6B-B7FF-A54F625EF8EB@xxxxxx


I've unzipped a file and C:\Users\User\AppData\Local\Temp is where the
file
(microsoft money 2003) goes. I first unzipped to my desktop but ugh, all
the
files. Now with the file in the above directory, I can't find it to open
it.
Second, how do I make it a real program, ie. like microsoft word, excel
etc.
I'm not sure the above directory is the right place for this file. Please
provide me with some direction.
--
thanks always todd

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Re: C:\Users\User\AppData\Local\Temp


The zip was my file on another computer of mine that had microsoft money on
it before the drive was formatted. The original CD was destroyed by my kids
when the flushed it to clean it. Someone gave them the bright idea, but it
got scratched up.
So anyway, I thought I could put extract the zip file to the right place to
get it going again. I know there's a way, I just don't know how to do it or
where to put it.
--
thanks always todd


Richard Urban wrote:


Where did you get this .zip file from?

That program is NOT distributed as a zip file (to my knowledge). Is is
distributed on a CD/DVD as a bunch of files on the disk. If you downloaded
it from Microsoft it is likely a self extracting executable.

In the first case the program would start the auto install procedure by your
inserting the disk in the tray. In the second case you would run the
executable.

If someone just zipped up their folder where they installed Money to, and
gave the .zip file to you, you do not have a working version of Money. It
must be installed on the computer where it is to be used.

--

Regards,

Richard Urban
Microsoft MVP Windows Shell/User


todd todd@xxxxxx wrote in message
news:F9C49D68-C725-4E6B-B7FF-A54F625EF8EB@xxxxxx


I've unzipped a file and C:\Users\User\AppData\Local\Temp is where the
file
(microsoft money 2003) goes. I first unzipped to my desktop but ugh, all
the
files. Now with the file in the above directory, I can't find it to open
it.
Second, how do I make it a real program, ie. like microsoft word, excel
etc.
I'm not sure the above directory is the right place for this file. Please
provide me with some direction.
--
thanks always todd

Re: C:\Users\User\AppData\Local\Temp


Money must be installed the correct way. You can not just unzip a previous
folder and expect it to run.

The install routine places hundreds of files in many different folders - not
just one folder (as was common when Windows 3.11 was in use). The installer
may/will place hundreds, or many hundreds, of entries in the system
registry. Your copying a folder is not going to do any of this. Buy another
copy of Money and install it the correct way.

Richard Urban
Microsoft MVP Windows Shell/User


todd todd@xxxxxx wrote in message
news:0F741F1E-31AC-4B9B-9746-5BBAEC792B23@xxxxxx


The zip was my file on another computer of mine that had microsoft money
on
it before the drive was formatted. The original CD was destroyed by my
kids
when the flushed it to clean it. Someone gave them the bright idea, but
it
got scratched up.
So anyway, I thought I could put extract the zip file to the right place
to
get it going again. I know there's a way, I just don't know how to do it
or
where to put it.
--
thanks always todd


Richard Urban wrote:


Where did you get this .zip file from?

That program is NOT distributed as a zip file (to my knowledge). Is is
distributed on a CD/DVD as a bunch of files on the disk. If you
downloaded
it from Microsoft it is likely a self extracting executable.

In the first case the program would start the auto install procedure by
your
inserting the disk in the tray. In the second case you would run the
executable.

If someone just zipped up their folder where they installed Money to,
and
gave the .zip file to you, you do not have a working version of Money. It
must be installed on the computer where it is to be used.

--

Regards,

Richard Urban
Microsoft MVP Windows Shell/User


todd todd@xxxxxx wrote in message
news:F9C49D68-C725-4E6B-B7FF-A54F625EF8EB@xxxxxx


I've unzipped a file and C:\Users\User\AppData\Local\Temp is where the
file
(microsoft money 2003) goes. I first unzipped to my desktop but ugh,
all
the
files. Now with the file in the above directory, I can't find it to
open
it.
Second, how do I make it a real program, ie. like microsoft word, excel
etc.
I'm not sure the above directory is the right place for this file.
Please
provide me with some direction.
--
thanks always todd

I recently added some of my Visual Studio 2010 projects to a solution, and now every time I reopen the program they stop compiling. They complain Unable to open module file C:\Users[USERNAME]\AppData\Local\Temp\1.NETFramework,Version=v4.0.AssemblyAttributes.vb. System cannot find the file specified. I've checked, the file exists and is accessible from the VS Editor itself!

All the information about this error I've found recommends using rebuild to work around the issue. That works for me, but I would rather not have to run a rebuild the first time I open every one of my solutions! Is there someway to avoid this error?

asked Jun 11 '11 at 19:32

@BlackICE: The problem occurs because Visual Studio generates it when you build, and Visual Studio assumes that if a .suo file exists for your solution, then that file must also exist. Anything that cleans up the TEMP folder can delete that file, and cause the problem. RDC makes this much more visible because it happens to create/delete a TEMP directory on login. – Chris R. Donnelly Aug 30 at 21:26

7 Answers

Yes, this is a problem caused by Remote Desktop Connections. RDC is (by default) setup to use create a new directory each time you log in remotely. Also, it's setup (separate setting) to delete that directory once you log off. The real solution is to remove these two settings so that it will just use your standard Temp folder, not deleting the files at logout.

There are also two workarounds to this problem:

  1. Workaround 1: Delete your .suo file for the solution before opening the solution or rebuilding.
  2. Workaround 2: Use the Rebuild All option for the fix

Note: Setting up RDC can really only be done if you're logged on as an administrator on the box, thus, the two workarounds.

Another option is to create the desired files at the desired location. That would be:

C:\Users\user\appdata\local\temp\1.NETFramework,Version=v4.0,Profile=Client.AssemblyAttributes.cs with the following content:

C:\Users\user\appdata\local\temp\1.NETFramework,Version=v4.0.AssemblyAttributes.cs with the following content:

C:\Users\user\appdata\local\temp\1.NETFramework,Version=v4.0.AssemblyAttributes.vb with the following content:

for other version of .NET, just change the version in the file contents e.g.

Источники: http://terabyte-club.ru/?p=434, http://www.vistax64.com/vista-file-management/122075-c-users-user-appdata-local-temp.html, http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6318085/visual-studio-2010-cannot-find-c-users-username-appdata-local-temp-1-netfr






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