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I have an error Installation location

Asked by jeongwook Choi on 17 Mar 2019
Latest activity Commented on by jeongwook Choi on 4 Apr 2019 at 7:19
Hi!
I'm south Korean university student, and I have a problem..
My laptop has 2 disk drive(C and E)
and I tried to intall MATLAB program in C:Drive or E:Drive(Not Z:Drive)
but either has same problem shown Z:Drive's storage shortage.
and I had press "Yes" button and it can't installed.
So...what is the problem?
Sorry for the grammer because I'm not good at English... :)
and if you can e-mail my address, please answer at cjwoogy@naver.com
Thank you.

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Answer by Jan
on 18 Mar 2019

You need to download the file before installing them. The installer tries to download them to C:\Users\YourAccount\Downloads. But if your C drive is full, the operation cannot complete. The solution is either to move the downloads folder in the operating system, or to free space on the disk. Run a disk cleanup, see https://support.microsoft.com/en-ph/help/4026616/windows-10-disk-cleanup (link).
This is not a problem of Matlab, but of the amount of data on your disk.

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Jan
on 30 Mar 2019 at 14:15
[MOVED from section for asnwers] jeongwook Choi wrote
Thanks for answering my question!!
But... I already have available memory to use 96.2GB in C:drive.(96.2GB / 231GB).
And if I installed in C:Drive, program said that there is not enough memory in Z:Drive.
(I use Z:Drive for Ramdisk and that has enough to use less than 1GB.)
so I didn't solve this problem...
sorry for late to answering your feedback.
Jan
on 30 Mar 2019 at 14:17
Try to disable the RamDisk on the Z-drive.
Finally, I succeed to install your answering(Ramdisk not for use).
And I'm really gratitude your help.
Thank you!

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