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    I Just Spent Around 3 Days Downloading It From eMule So Heres My Questions

    1.eMule Download Is 100% Complete But It Sais Completing What Does That Mean?

    2.When I Try And Run The .exe It Sais Not Enough Memory To Run Program I Have 16Gb Free Space On My Hardrive Is That Not Enough?

    3.Can You Help Me To Get It Working?

    Finally HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    don't know what to tell ya. You have plenty of free space though.

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    ctrl+alt+del and shut down all non essential programs. u have 2 much stuff running in the background.

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    u need more RAM
    ice ice baby

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    Originally posted by TheCanuk@6 July 2003 - 23:08
    ctrl+alt+del and shut down all non essential programs. u have 2 much stuff running in the background.
    On addition to that:

    The only programs u should have running are Explorer & Systray, i doubt anything else is essential if ur gonna go offline to play it.

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    when eMule says "Completing" that means it's reassembling all the parts now that it's got em.
    let it finish until is says "Complete". I'm surprised that it's an .exe, unless it's some gigantic
    self-extracting archive. All the sims EPs installed together total about 2.6GB once installed. You may need to change the file extension...make sure that "hide file extensions for known
    filetypes" isn't marked in Folder Options. You don't see that much on the donkey network, but I guess
    it's possible.

    Originally posted by kazaaliteuser007
    The only programs u should have running are Explorer & Systray,
    That only applies to Windows 9x.

    this post is guaranteed 100% parrot-free

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