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Old 03-06-2005, 02:44 PM   #1
millionknives
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failed ryzom installation


Ok following the howto at the ryzom.com forums I get to the cedega setup.exe step where I'm informed that I don't have enough disk space (required 4gigs avaliable is 112gigs) which is extremely inacurate! Now the only way to post on the ryzom forums is to suscribe in the game.. which is also hard to do if you can't get the game to install! so I'm asking if anyone has anyideas on why its reporting that I don't have enough free disk space and how to continue the installation.

Thanks!

(yes its the store bought cd btw not the download)
 
  


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