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Code 8: Not enough storage to process command.


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Sara Uzu

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My netbook just started doing this. I try to open mostly anything and it tells me about how I don't have any storage to process the command and what's called a code 8. I literally have Google Chrome and Skype open at almost any given time. Maaaybe I will have Word open too but it has never done this before. Some programs won't even give me a message and not open. Windows Explorer opens with an outline of the window without anything else. I can't do much of anything. In the mean time, I will run it in safe mode but I can't do much with this netbook.

I have an ASUS Eee PC with Windows 7 Starter. Let me know if you need more information.
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What's your drive partitions? If your system partition is too small that might be the cause? I'm not too sure myself either. But if your system partition (usually C:\) is too small and you have subsequently installed your programs like Google Chrome and Skype in your C:\ drive then you are running on possibly a very limited system partition that may have caused your netbook to come up with errors like so.

You may want to defrag your hard disk too.
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I can only start it in safe mode now. I think there is a problem that I'm not aware of.
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