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Old 05-05-2010, 05:22 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by southcot View Post
I installed Calibre without any problem a few days ago. Today when I open it I get an error (I tried upgrading to calibre 0.6.51 but nothing changed):-
You're the first I've seen report this error. I don't know if this will help but you might want to read this or this. The first question Isn't like yours but does involve the same error and some of the proposed solutions might help you zero in on the trouble.

If you don't have a virus or just removed a virus then my money is on this solution working.
On the Disk Usage tab, click Change Limits and increase both “Maximum amount of space all offline files can use:” and “Maximum amount of space temporary offline files can use:” and click OK.
If that solution or those links don't help Google is your friend.

Update: I forgot, by your description of when it happened, I'm 99% sure this is not a Calibre problem. But I've been known to be wrong before.

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