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    Default Error Message: You have 0 megabytes of disk space left. Please free up some space

    Running XP. Downloaded the demo version 3.45 and get the following message upon launching the program:
    "You have 0 megabytes of disk space left. Please free up some space"
    What should I do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mchx View Post
    Running XP. Downloaded the demo version 3.45 and get the following message upon launching the program:
    "You have 0 megabytes of disk space left. Please free up some space"
    What should I do?
    Maybe your low on Disk space or a bug...
    Try this old version of RM: Download Replay Music 3

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    Well, how much diskspace DO you have left? To determine this, please RIGHT CLICK on your 'c' drive and select properties. It should tell you what's used, and what's available on your pc.
    Best Regards,

    Jeff Lenney
    Technical Support
    Applian Technologies, Inc.

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    Another suggestion is to change the location of the file folder. It could be that you are in a bad sector and changing the location could correct the issue for you. If you still have this issue contact tech support for more individual assistance.

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