N/APosted on - 05/28/2019
I started Fallout 76 like what I usually do so I can continue with my progress and then I receive this message saying “$MinDiskSizeFailError error”. I play this game regularly and I even play it about two hours ago. How come it is working several hours ago but suddenly stops now?
I Am Getting “$MinDiskSizeFailError Error” In Fallout 76
For “$MinDiskSizeFailError error” when playing Fallout 76, first, make sure you have a compatible system. The game “Fallout 76” supports 64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10. 32-bit Microsoft Windows is not supported.
It requires 2.8 GHz Intel Core i5-2300 or equivalent 3 GHz AMD Phenom II X4 945 or faster processor, 8 GB RAM, 30 GB free space, and video card with 2 GB video RAM (NVIDIA GTX 550 Ti, AMD Radeon HD 7870, or better). If your machine doesn’t meet the requirements, you need to upgrade. Try updating your video card driver.
Try downloading from these manufacturers if you have one of these:
If this doesn’t work, try using the “Scan and Repair” tool. Completely log out of the game and close the Bethesda.net launcher. Restart the computer then launch the Bethesda.net launcher again. Navigate to “Fallout 76” then click “Game Options”. Next, select “Scan and Repair” then wait until it is complete.