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There is not enough memory or disk space to run Word .

And I have 20 gb free in disk drive C:\ 
I don't now what to do .. I need some help ! 

Thanks !

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  • enealiviu Jul 18, 2008

    Thanks very much .. I did the disk clean up .. but still nothing .. by the way my HDD is 160 GB .. and I have 3 partitions .. 
    C : 35 gb - free 22 gb .. where I have The Window .. and all the programs inclusive  the Office. 
    D : 70 gb - free 12 gb .. 
    E : 42 gb - free 3 - 4 gb .. 

  • radio350 Nov 30, 2008

    Truth be told I crashed my windows, and reinstalled overtop of the previous installation and created a windows.old file that had my old windows,program files and user profiles inside, I have recovered my registry keys, and imported them to the new registry, although Microsoft office, 12.0 gives me the not enough disk space or memory error when i try to run it, I would just reinstall it and punch in the registry code, ;) but I dont have the installation file, its a legal registration code obtained legally by all means, any ideas?, maybe its somethign as simple as registering a whole wack of dll's or something I dont know, I do know it doesnt show up in the installed programs list, I dont expect it to, i just want it to work :)

  • lguest Dec 21, 2008

    I can no longer open Word 12.0 (Pro 2007) and I have no idea what triggered this problem. I have run checks on the registry, ran Office Diagostic, ran other various tests, defraged, nothing is helping!!!



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You probably have more that one partition.When installing choose the partition that is free.

YOu can also run diskcleanup if this does not work.Start,all programs,accesories,system tools, diskcleanup

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Office Version:Office 2010Operating System:Windows 7

There is not enough memory or disk space to run Wo - You cannot vote on your own post
I have massive disk space and 3 gigs of memory.
Everything works fine for 2 or 3 days and then Windoze has no idea what shortcuts are, how to open an .exe file or how to run Word.
I run Advanced SystemCare and restart and everything is fine ... for 2 or 3 days.
It doesn't fix it ... but it lets me run Word part time.

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