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The easiest & safest would be get the biggest.
However, if you want to go "just enough", you have to determine what part of your computer"s "memory" (I am presuming the contents of your hard drive) you would want to store.
1. The entire contents - click on My Computer, right click on Local Disk (C), click on Properties, the numbers opposite "Used space" would be a fair indicator of how much was used and therefore how much would be needed. Safer to get next bigger size; or
2. If just your "Documents and Settings", instead of right click (as above in #1), double click on the Local Disk (C), right click on "Documents and Settings", click on Properties. The numbers opposite "Size" or "Size on disk" would again be a fair indicator oh how much you would need. Again go for the next bigger size; and
3. #2 will also hold true for any and/or all other folders you would want to store/save.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things are or should you need further information.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Oct 21, 2007
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Reboot system in safe mode. It will ask to restore to previous restore point. Try to select restore point before you have installed windows media player 10. Reboot the pc and then try to install media player 10. It will be better if you run scandisk to fix file system errors. Or you can use any tools for fixing file system & windows system registery error like System Mechanic, Symantec Windoctor.
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