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  1. #1
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    SDK Install error

    I am trying to install S60v3 FP1 SDK, but I get this error:

    There is not enough space to install these option(s).
    Please free up some disk space or modify some selections.

    But the drive where I want to install the SDK has 50 GB free.
    I think the problem is that I don't have a C:\ drive, only D:\, E:\ and F:\ drives, and the installer tries to copy something in C:\.
    Please someone help me to intall the SDK.
    Thanks!

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    Re: SDK Install error

    You are right, a c: drive is necessary for successful installation. There are some workarounds you can try, like using an USB drive, or using the subst "DOS" command (which still works actually).

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    Re: SDK Install error

    I used a USB drive and I managed to install the SDK, but some files were copied here: "C:\Nokia\Tools\Nokia_Connectivity_Framework\integrations\s60_3rd_ed_sdk_for_symbian_os".
    But I think that the files in here are not so important, I hope.

    Thanks for your help.

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