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Need 0kb free, but have 80 GB free


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Thanks for that Vig. A lesser person would have said nothing to avoid embarrassment, but by 'fessing up you've helped us confirm that the mysterious message "Please make sure you have 0KB free on any of your hard drives, then try the copy again" really means "You've run out of room on your hard drive".

 

Again, thank you.

Brendon

 

I get the same message that the hard drive space is inadequate, but I have 80GB free HD. I am trying to copy a DVD I made, 3.9GB to a blank 4.7GB. I have 1 Gb RAM. I use XP home, service pack 3 I believe. The Roxio burner RECORD software came pre-installed in my DELL Inspiron 6400 purchased in November 2006. I have made copies sucessfully before.

 

 

curtismoh at gmail dot com

 

 

 

 

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Hi,

 

I edited your email address so it isn't machine readable.

 

Getting that message when you have 80 GB free is a bit perplexing, especially if you've successfully copied before. Try a disc cleanup and defragmenting the hard drive. That might help.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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