Just Cause 2 PC: Fix "Not Enough Storage Is Available To Complete This Operation" Windows 7

Dec 18, 2013   PC Gaming   Nick Vogt   Comments (13)
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Many are receiving this error message when trying to start Just Cause 2 on their PC:

Not enough storage is available to complete this operation
The first solution is to make sure you have enough free storage space and memory (RAM), and close any programs you don't need open. This is often not the real solution to the problem though. The error message may be very misleading.

Just Cause requires the gameux.dll file to exist in your Windows/System32 folder (and Windows/SysWOW64 folder for 64-bit Windows 7). This is part of the Windows Games Explorer program that many do not have. The easiest solution I found was to put the 32-bit and 64-bit gameux.dll files into the corresponding folders. I did not need to fully install Windows Games Explorer or any associated programs.

I zipped up the two dll files (one for 32-bit, one for 64-bit Windows 7). This worked for me on Windows 7 Professional 64-bit Service Pack 1.

Download gameux.dll.zip (2.17 MB)

The correct file structure is included in the zip.
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Comments (13)

Rishabh   Jun 14, 2018
I also have this gameux.dl file .... But it displaying same error... So what can i do..
Royal   May 21, 2018
i am having this dll file but it again say that only.
justine   Dec 27, 2017
it says access is denied
Luigi Cotocea   Jun 11, 2017
Fuck need permison ! in windows32 and SysWOW64
Sarthak Sharma   Mar 10, 2017
it is working... awesome bro
Zonny Tiger   Jan 20, 2017
fake im guessing
Prathamesh Kunde   Jul 03, 2016
Thanks it works for me
Syad Abdul   Sep 01, 2015
is not working file already in window folder
Sean Maley   May 31, 2015
dsunt wrk
Vedang Bandi   May 25, 2015
aichya gavat
John Jeferson Biteranta   Apr 30, 2015
its not working =.=
Naman Tyagi   Nov 22, 2014
i also cant play on windows 8
Pon T. Kongchal   Oct 03, 2014
i add it to my windows/system 32 but it still can't play
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