Thanks for you suggestions as you can see below I am using them.
Martin Webster wrote:
> Did you run Disk Cleanup? I know you said you found a large file in
> your temp folder but it's well worth using a cleanup utility to track
> down unwanted files etc.
Yep did that one too.
> I still think it's unlikely you have some rogue application filling up
> your drive... I think it's more likely that Windows is complaining
> because it doesn't have enough space. Since the problem isn't being
> rectified properly it continues to alert you.
Me too, I think somehow I must have did a back up of several large
programs and put them in the temp file and never transferred them to the
other disk. After I dumped it every things seems normal for now.
> So a couple more ideas... run chkdsk and defrag your hard drive. Also,
I did those also.
> like you I don't use System Restore. However, if you did use it once
> you may find the service hasn't freed up disk space even though it's
> turned off (I'm guessing here.)
Very good possiblity for the time I did use it I turned it to the
minimum disk space that it would use.
You could try re-enabling it, reducing
> the space utilised to minimum, and then turn it off again. Finally,
> have a look to see if there are lots of chk files or if you have some
> applications that generate log or tmp files.
OK I will re-enable and make sure it is still at the minimum and will
check the chk files and I dumped all the temp files.
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