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Installation Error - Could not copy file...

If you receive a "could not copy file" ( theme install failed ) error upon installation of OptimizePress like the one below, please read this article...

This error is usually caused by the hosting or server upon which you are installing OptimizePress having insufficient webspace for the installation to complete

Although our theme (when decompressed) is around 50mb, the installation process requires around 150-200mb of space as the files are copied between folders on your server.

We recommend upgrading your hosting to have at least 200mb of free space for the installation to complete properly

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