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What's the "Bag of Cats" icon about? Svartalfimposter 11:51, April 11, 2010 (UTC)
Help Uninstalling Edit
To make a long story short, Before I installed the Toolset I had 25+GBs left on my hard drive and I blindly installed (hindsight is always 20/20!) it not realizing it took 20.8GB (according to my computer). So then I used it a little and then saw my terrible mistake. Naturally, I went to uninstall it. However, now it says only 3GBs were removed...
Anyone have any idea on how to completely remove it? It sucks to run on a computer with only 8.2GBs left.
Also if this isn't the correct place to put this let me know. I tried going to Dragon Age Nexus forums, but I am NOT paying just so I can ask a question.
- I've never had a problem with the toolset, it doesn't take 20 gigs to install it. There's something else going on in the background, did you download anything that could be considered suspicious around the same time or visit any new sites? Mictlantecuhtli (talk) 11:40, September 24, 2010 (UTC)
No i did not. My add/remove programs just said that it took 20 gigs, and not really needing it, i took it off and now i am still missing roughly 12 gigs... Enhill527 (talk) 05:39, September 28, 2010 (UTC)Enhill527
I just installed the Toolset and it used around 3GB. Windows Add/Remove programs reports that it is using 20.6GB - the exact size of my Dragon Age Origins folder. The Toolset is installed to the same folder as the game and Windows counts all files (including all game files) when calculating the size of the Toolset. If you uninstall Dragon Age you will get the rest of your 20GB back.
I see...Thanks! I was thinking about it and I realized that my computer recalculated after I downloaded mods, but not when I installed them. So I suppose that the uncompressed and installed files took up more memory, it just wasn't showing me. But I got a new external hard-drive today anyway, so it's all good now! Thanks again to those that helped! Enhill527 (talk) 03:18, October 3, 2010 (UTC)Enhill527