VMware space not working PLZ HELP

I just got vmware fusion 7 today, A Windows 7 virtual machine, and I installed steam (a video game installer), and I attempted to download Grand Theft Auto Five. However when I click install, it says "You do not have enough disk space to run this game. Please free up some disk space and try again." I said, OK, that makes sense, I'll go see how much space I have. But when I went to look at my space. (Start, to computer, to Hard disk drives,) It said I had 33 gigabytes remaining. I attempted to free up some space but it did not work. (I have never used a PC, and The game was 62686 MB's.) I have wanted this game for very long, and the only way to get it was through a duel platform. I would be extremely happy if I could fix this problem.
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Trent SmithCommented:
You need over 62 GB for this based on MB to GB conversion.
Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
what is the size allocated to your virtual machine?

you will need at least a virtual hard disk size of 100GB.

also GTA5 may not operate very well in VMware Fusion as a virtual machine, and Dual Booting between Mac and Windows using Bootcamp may offer better performance for gaming.

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When allocating HD space, I'd recommend to use "thin provisioning". That way even if you create a virtual hard drive with 200GB for example, it will only use up what it needs, as needed.
ItzEtern1tyAuthor Commented:
Thank you, I got a new hard disk and Its working great now, GTA doesnt seem to be too slow
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