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Free up storage space

Discussion in 'The Lounge - Off Topic' started by MickyBobs, Jul 16, 2008.

  1. MickyBobs

    MickyBobs Nibble Poster

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    Hia im downloading a film, and it keeps saying "not enough storage space to execute this command" ive gpt a 3 gig ram, and 125 gb space of drive, and ive emptied the Temp folder, uninstalled a couple a things, but it keeps coming up, i know i can probably wait till it downloads then put it on MP3, but any other suggestions please! Plus when i download anything it from a bit torrent site, it doesn't use the bit torrent i got installed, Urggh!:eek:
     
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  2. Mathematix

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    Buy the film. :p
     
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  3. grim

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    he doesnt even cover up whats he's doing LoL

    Grim
     
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  4. tripwire45
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    I've moved this out of the CIW Cert forums because it has absolutely nothing to do with that (or any other) certification. While it seems to be a request to perform an illegal act (downloading a movie without paying for it), I doubt that the poster will benefit from us just letting it continue to exist.

    Sorry, MickyBobs. We tend to play by the rules here.
     
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  5. greenbrucelee
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    :blink err this is like a forum about certs and stuff 8)
     
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  6. BosonMichael
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    Yeah, they don't even call it "stealing", anymore, even though that's what it is... :rolleyes:
     
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  7. MickyBobs

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    Ok, lets be clear here, i wanted to download a film ive got on VIdeo, ok, an old film, nothing else!

    Illegal downloading is THAT.......Illegal!

    This ones closed.
     
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  8. greenbrucelee
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    You can't download a film from video to you PC but you can copy it, if it's a copyrighted video, i.e an original you bought from a shop then yes it is illegal. Why did you mention Bit torrent then, bit torrent is normally used for downloading illegal content.
     
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  9. Ence

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    good place to post if any.

    anyone try them online file storage
    :dry what do the get is it free file hosting ?
     
  10. MickyBobs

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    Im not exactly doing anything on a regular basis, lads, in fact i aint done anything, in fact i cant b bothered with it, sorry to waste this space, lets reset, get back to what this forumns realy intended!

    Hell, its illegal to smoke in pubs, but i know a pub(i dont smoke, bye the way).

    But i know its not good to download for loads a reasons, i know.

    Thats the end o that, eh.

    Move on!
     
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  11. tripwire45
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    To be fair, MickeyBobs, you need to be a tad bit more clear as to what you are trying to do. This has two benefits:

    1. It helps others understand the technical issues involved so they can render possible solutions.
    2. It helps others understand your intent and whether or not it is legitimate.
     
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  12. MickyBobs

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    Ok tripwire, i try 2b clear but, WOH, sorry im txt talking, i keep doing that.

    I will keep all things <title>CERT</title>

    Sorry!
     
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  13. tripwire45
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    No worries. The downside of a (nearly) text only communications form is that we lack all of the other cues that modify our information, making it more understandable. The matter's at rest.
     
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