Vista and Windows 7 don't use the same location for
temporary files as XP does. Here's an easy way to get the
full path of the Temp folder.
Click the Start orb,
and press Enter.
In the resulting Command Prompt enter the
command ECHO %TEMP%.
This displays the full path of the
actual Temp folder. It will normally take the form
C:\users\username\AppData\Local\Temp where username is your
user account name. If the name is long or includes spaces
the username maybe expressed in old 8.3 form, e.g.
"NEILJ~1.RUB" for "Neil J. Rubenking".
One way to view that folder is to use the CD (or CHDIR)
command right in that Command Prompt, enclosing the full
pathname in quotes if it contains any spaces. For example,
CD "C:\Users\Neil J. Rubenking\AppData\Local\Temp".
AppData folder is marked as
hidden. So you can't see that folder, you'll need to
Press F10 for a menu in Windows Explorer and choose
Tools | Folder Options.
Click the View tab. Choose the
option "Show hidden files and folders" ("Show hidden files,
folders and drives" in Windows 7) and click OK. Now you can
navigate all the way to the Temp folder