We have received some reports about a "Disk Full" error message when launching Reason/Suite/Intro/Lite 11.3.5 and later on Windows computers, even though there is sufficient disk space on the C drive:
In a few cases it turned out that the users had a lot of ASIO drivers installed on their computers.
Of course Reason shouldn't throw a "Disk Full" error message because of this, so this seems to be a bug in Reason, which our R&D department is looking into right now.
Meanwhile, here's what you could try:
Uninstall all ASIO drivers you are not using. Then try launching Reason/Suite/Intro/Lite and see if the problem is solved.
First, check if your ASIO drivers are listed in the "Start > Settings > Apps > Apps & features" list. If they are, select them one by one and click the Uninstall button:
(an example of an ASIO driver in the Apps & features list)
If uninstalling the ASIO drivers in Windows didn't help, or if you have ASIO drivers without uninstaller, here's how Steinberg (who developed the ASIO standard) instructs you to remove any remaining ASIO device entries:
- Open the Windows registry (Start -> run -> regedit)
- Open the folder HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> Software -> ASIO
- Delete the unnecessary audio card entries you do not want or need by right-clicking the entry and choosing delete.
Do not alter any other entries since this can seriously damage the functionality of your system! We do not take any responsibility for improper modifications.