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Nexus Mod manager problems (and how I fixed them)

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I had an ongoing problem with skyrim and installing mods through it, and, although I can't promise this will help you, this fixed my issue. I saw multiple times that the problem was caused by people not having enough disk space, although almost without fail the person would reply that they had hundreds of gigabytes free in the install location. The thing is, the problem is not about a lack of space in the install location, it's about a lack of space on your system drive (C/). If you are installing to a D/ drive or past, then you must have the same amount of space on your C/ drive free to function as temporary storage while sevenzip decompresses and moves it. Why they call this an error rather than a lack of space is beyond me. Good luck all :)

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joflokli98 wrote May 8 at 2:06 PM

so does that mean i have to delete stuff on the c drive ?

joflokli98 wrote May 8 at 2:08 PM

so does it mean i have to delete data on the c drive ?

joflokli98 wrote May 8 at 2:10 PM

so does that mean i have to delete stuff on the c drive ?

joflokli98 wrote May 8 at 2:11 PM

sorry

wrote May 8 at 3:12 PM

wrote May 8 at 9:52 PM

ccat99 wrote May 21 at 8:05 PM

for my d drive i have a 1tb hard drive and for my c i have a 128gb ssd. Installing mods used to work a few days ago and it just started today. i haven't downloaded anything in a week from any site. please help!!

ccat99 wrote May 21 at 8:09 PM

i have 45.8gbs in my c drive and 219 in D drive. WTF

wrote Jun 28 at 6:58 AM