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My valorant kept crashing, so I went to uninstall then reinstall, then I saw that my game was almost 1.5 terabytes????? image.png.066156f5ec1cbe262118481cbf36756e.png

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8 minutes ago, erikkneedshelp said:

My valorant kept crashing, so I went to uninstall then reinstall, then I saw that my game was almost 1.5 terabytes????? image.png.066156f5ec1cbe262118481cbf36756e.png

Looks like a case of runaway logging.
And you give those kinds of devs Kernel Ring 0 access for a game... best of luck to you.

Could be a Windows issue as well. also known for fine code 😆.

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2 hours ago, Damienmar098 said:

I can assure you the game is not 1.34tb

Yeah, I know that, but I'm confused on why windows is reporting it to be that, and why the game crashes with no error code

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Just now, erikkneedshelp said:

Yeah, I know that, but I'm confused on why windows is reporting it to be that, and why the game crashes with no error code

You got this download straight from val's website?

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This is a known issue with Valorant. Not sure what the fix is, but it's nothing to worry about. 

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This is a known issue with valorant and windows. Windows will just keep counting valorants folder size over and over.

 

This is seperate than the log file that never clears issue valorant had, that log file was known to get to hundred if gigs if you played a lot

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Whatcha complaining about? CoD Warzone takes up about 217GB on my SSD, now that's too much! I wonder IF I can uninstall the multiplayer portion as I play SP Campaign only....I can assure you, Valorant does NOT take up that much diskspace, definitely way less than that!

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  • 10 months later...

You probably have the game installed in your external disk, making Windows bug and displaying the disk storage.
 

On 6/28/2021 at 1:40 AM, erikkneedshelp said:

My valorant kept crashing, so I went to uninstall then reinstall, then I saw that my game was almost 1.5 terabytes????? image.png.066156f5ec1cbe262118481cbf36756e.png

 

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