Error Code 18 - Disk Full

Error Code 18 - Disk Full

As you process transactions and create new accounts, your Pastel data folder will increase in size over time.

If the drive you have Pastel stored on runs out of space you will get this error message.


To resolve this, you simply have to clear some space on the drive with Pastel on, by deleting files and/or folders and you can try emptying the recycle bin.



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