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I installed Championship Manager on windows xp (of bootcamp) but when I start a new game it says I don't have enough free disk space - last time I checked champ man games weren't 17gb.

I'm not expect an exact response to this question but does anyone else have similar problems of programs saying that there isn't enough disk space when there clearing is?

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