Use Explorer to open your QB64 folder.
Now open the "internal" folder
In the internal folder, there should be a folder called "temp" but I bet there isn't.
If not, simply right click in the window of the "internal" folder and select "New" then click "Folder" and when the New Folder appears, rename it as: temp
Once you have the empty temp folder made, your QB64.exe program should work.
If not, you may have t make a sero length file called temp.bin in that temp folder. You can make one with the same reight click procedure, but select text file under "new" and rename the text file as temp.bin.
If the first and second recommendation fail, post back for more help.
If this does work, I'd like to know the name of the unzip utility you used. I use 7-zip.
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