Jan 29, · Before the anniversary update, i can play any video smoothly without any errors. I have tried other app to play movies such as VLC Media Player but the sound kinda stutters (it goes on and off), this kinda bothers me. Shadowplay issue "Your device does not have enough memory to play this." 0xca7. Thread starter xDarkN; Start date Oct 17, ; Sidebar Sidebar. Forums. Hardware. Shadowplay issue "Your device does not have enough memory to play this." 0xca7. lperreault21 Notable. Sep 8, 0 1, Oct 18, Your device does not have enough memory to play this. (versant.use) submitted 10 months ago by Maxilos When trying to watch Infinity War from an external drive with the Movies and TV app I repeatedly get the error: "Try watching something else. Your device does not have enough memory to play this. 0xca7". Oct 21, · If you're getting the error message 'insufficient storage available' you need to delete the app cache. This is automated by a free app, or can be manually achieved by. Apr 12, · This is simply a result of your device not having enough free storage in the app's primary installation location, which is the /data partition for user apps (and the /system partition for system apps--we're not really addressing the installation of system apps here, however). "Enough" appears to be at least ~ Mb of free space in the /data partition (for user app installs). Jul 19, · "Your system does not have sufficient video memory to play this game " and "Your monitor's aspect ratio of is incompatible with this game." Hey gang, hope everyone's having more fun playing the game than I am right now! As my thread title says, I'm having more than a .
That being said, the information presented here is useless to the average layman. Log in Register. Yeah, they really cut their user base in half on this one. Has this sort of thing been known to happen with other games and is there some kind of work around to the issue? Search forums. My friend with an identical phone has only MB free and has never seen this error - can install and update apps at will?? Thanks scary alien for a most informative post. I don't know if you allready tried or whatever, but it's an idea.
Thanks for your interest. Like in the case of a battery pull or play store crash or something. This is bull crap. No, create an account now. My two cents would just to install a third party application that deletes APKs after application installations.
What I'm suspecting is that it has to do with the way Optimus technology doesn't actually read the GTX, but rather the onboard Intel HD graphics, but switching it to the high-performance mode on my nVidia control panel doesn't work either. The second part of this equation is also worrying, but I think if I can get the first part solved, then maybe that part will go away? Honestly, between having no steam page up until it released and this, I have a really sour taste in my mouth about this whole port. It always show the error regardless the type of file and the directory of the file. Same here. I'm just Yeah, they really cut their user base in half on this one. Ah I see. No, create an account now.