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Not Enough Spaces on disks?

Etinoca
Etinoca
I have 202GB free space on my main SSD disk.
But Launcher Installer recognizes 41GB free space.
Though I could install launcher, I cannot install both NA client and EU client by
"Error 104 - Download Error_NotEnoughSpace".
Once I deleted /Application/Zenimax Online Folder and I restarted my mac and
re-installed launcher. But it reproduced.

How I can avoid this error?

MBP Pro Retina Mid 2012
OS X 10.9.2
2.6 GHz Intel Core i7
8GB 1600 MHz DDR3
202/399 GB on SSD

  • Moonraker
    Moonraker
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    Not sure why it reports that. Do you already have the US or EU installs downloaded?

    The install process requires 60GB free space as it creates temp. folder to decompress into.

    Best to make a Ticket and see if they can give some more help.
  • Etinoca
    Etinoca
    Thanks for comment.
    I have already installed launcher, but I cannot download US or EU client.
  • Pawkette
    Pawkette
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    Open a terminal:
    1. cd /Applications/Zenimax\ Online/
    2. mkdir /Volumes/<ssd>/The\ Elder\ Scrolls\ Online\
    3. ln -s /Volumes/<ssd>/The\ Elder\ Scrolls\ Online ./

    * replace <ssd> with the label of your SSD under /Volumes/

    restart patcher.


    Edited by Pawkette on March 31, 2014 5:50AM
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  • muzero
    muzero
    He might be referring to his boot volume, which is SSD.

    Now if this is a laptop, and you're using Time Machine, it may have a lot of Local Backups eating space. It wouldn't be reflected by Finder. So Finder will tell you that you have more space, but in reality it's been taken up by queued backups.

    Try letting Time Machine do its backups and let it finish, then restart the launcher and see if that doesn't fix it.
  • Etinoca
    Etinoca
    muzero wrote: »
    Try letting Time Machine do its backups and let it finish, then restart the launcher and see if that doesn't fix it.
    Thanks a lot!
    I have resolved it.
    Sorry but I did not know the specification between the Time Machine and the Finder.
  • mrbill317
    mrbill317
    Any ideas , my Time Machine isn't turned on currently.
  • Pawkette
    Pawkette
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    You could do what my post says and map it to another hard drive :)
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