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PIX 525 OS upgrade error (Not enough space on device)

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I have a new 525, I went through the steps to upgrade OS 6.3 to 7.04. When I do the final step according to the upgrade guide (shown at "Guide Instructions" below) this what the output is, I get not enough space error. How to resolve this?

CONSOLE OUTPUT:

WWR-FW-1(config)# copy tftp://192.168.6.5/cisco/os/pix704.bin flash:

Address or name of remote host [192.168.6.5]?

Source filename [cisco/os/pix704.bin]?

Destination filename [pix704.bin]?

Accessing tftp://192.168.6.5/cisco/os/pix704.bin...!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!
%Error copying tftp://192.168.6.5/cisco/os/pix704.bin (Not enough space on devic
e)



GUIDE INSTRUCTIONS:

To save the PIX Security appliance Version 7.0 image to Flash from global configuration mode, perform the following steps:

a. Copy the PIX Security appliance Version 7.0 image from the TFTP server using the following commands. (This requires you to configure an IP address on the security appliance interface that connects to the TFTP server.)

PIX(config)#interface ethernet 0
PIX(config-if)# ip address 20.0.0.10 255.255.255.0
copy tftp [:[[//location] [/tftp_pathname]]] flash[:[image | pdm]]
PIX(config)# copy tftp://20.0.0.101/pix704.bin flash:
The following set of TFTP prompts results from the preceding command:

Address or name of remote host [20.0.0.101]?
Source filename [pix704.bin]?
Destination filename [pix704.bin]?


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Note Multiple lines referring to invalid Flash blocks will be printed while the Flash is reformatted, which is normal.

Your PIX Version 6.3 configuration will be saved as downgrade.cfg in PIX Security appliance Version 7.0.
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