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Call of Duty Insufficient free disk space error


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#1 Saethwyr

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Posted 26 December 2011 - 04:15 PM

This has been posted before, but the thread ended before I could figure out exactly what to do. Specifically this is for Call of Duty: Black Ops single player but the same thing recently happened to my old copy of Call of Duty Modern Warfare, the first one. I can start a new single player campaign on the first menu and it goes through the first cutscenes before popping up with "Insufficient free disk space. Please free at least 5 mb of free space on game drive." I have around 700 gigs of free space on the computer im using right now, first day using it, although it's a used computer. And I had around 10-20 gigs of free space on the computer i had my copy of the first Modern Warfare on. So I wouldn't know what's causing it. There's literally no decent information on this problem on the Internet, although I do remember something about something related to the autosaves the game makes, wouldn't know how to do that though.

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#2 Agent24

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Posted 03 January 2012 - 08:19 PM

Do you have multiple partitions and is the game installed on the primary partition?


Often times it could be a read/write error-

If you are using Windows 7, have you tried running the game using Run as administrator?




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