I/O error 32
If you have ever opened an eBook for the second time, but found that instead
of being available for reading, you get a box, "I/O error 32" that might look something like this:
Don't panic. There is an easy
remedy for this!
Depending on the software used to compile the eBook AND your computer's Operating System, a folder
might be created for each such eBook in Windows Temp files which is causing this problem. It stores data about the eBook and
tries to store it again when you reopen the file which gets it confused.
The file is easily spotted in the Windows Temp folder because it begins with CA and is followed
by 16 more letters and numbers. This folder can be in one of two places. All you have to do is find the file and delete it.
This "fix" will have to be made each time that particular eBook is reopened.
How to Find It:
Use "My Computer", click on your Hard Disk Drive (C), then "Documents and Settings", then your
user name, then "Local Settings", then "Temp". Look for the CA++ folders and delete them. If you can't locate the folders
there, click your back button until you see your user name once again, then click on "Default User", then "Local Settings",
Another way of showing this is:
C:\Documents and Settings\Default
and Settings\<Your Name>\Local Settings\Temp
Temp files are usually "hidden files", so make sure your computer is set to view them. To
do so, go to "My Computer", click on "Tools" on the top menu bar, then "Folder Options". Click on the "View" tab and check
the button by "Show hidden files and folders".
That's all there is to it!