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I have a game called world of warcraft when i put the disc in nothing happens you need 20g and i have 37g wats the problem.

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    Frank Fernandez May 11, 2010

    Hello Anothy2,
    I would check and see that your machine meets the other system requirements for World Of Warcraft. Also, just because you have a 37GB hard drive, if the game needs 20GB of free space? You'll have to make sure that you have at least that much free. Also, it's always recommended to exceed the minimum system requirements.
    Hope this helps, and Good luck.



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Go to "my computer"
In there you will see an icon at the cd-rom drive for WOW.
(WOW = World of Warcraft)
Double click on that Icon
This will start the installer.
If you do not see an icon take out the CD and clean the drive and look at the CD or significant scratches. Little ones are okay.

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