Unable to delete unwanted files: There is not enough free disk space

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Hi,

I am having error of low disk space on my computer. I then tried to delete unnecessary file from a computer, but I am very astonished to look at this error given to me by my computer who was complaining of low disk space already.

When I try to delete file it says:

cannot delete error

Error Deleting File

Cannot delete DOCPROP: There is not enough free disk space

Delete one or more file to free disk space, and then try again.

Now I cannot  understand why it requires free space to delete a file. If I have space, why should I delete the file?

I am not deleting files due to the space issue.

Anyway, Microsoft is so unexpected kind of company understanding of which the holy error are ahead of my mind, so please guide me in understanding this error.

Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #118506

Unable to delete unwanted files: There is not enough free disk space

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Hi, 

The issue you are having is not about your system low disk space. It’s about your recycle bin which is full and can't contain any more files in it. That's why it’s showing you Low disk. On the desktop there will be an icon of the recycle bin. Right click on it and the options will appear. It will be empty recycle bin or Just go to your recycle bin and open it and delete all files from there one by one or by selecting yourself which one to delete and which one to be kept there. Or just select all and delete all files from there and the error message won't come again.

Hope it will solve your problem.

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