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Hey, I’ve had my N130 for quite a while now (I take good care of her ;] ) But lately she’s getting a little slow.I have 2gb RAM 250 storage and bought it from argos so it’s just a standard xp edition. I removed all stock applications i wouldn’t be using including Microsoft office (which was a year trial anyway) and McCaffy. I am using avast free anti virus and use my computer for mainly for FL Studio and G.I.M.P 2.6 (I’m surprised she still runs them simultaneously lol) other than that just a bit of DOS and Python stuff…Just to give you an idea of what stress I’m putting her under. My question is basically can I remove partition drive D: without harming my computer and will it free up the space i need to continue saving mp3 files and jpg images without getting that annoying low disk space message?
IT WAS POSSIBLY NOTHING TO DO WITH DISK SPACE…
Try going into Control Panel, System and then Advanced…
Click Performance > Settings(I think it is the same in Win XP as in Win7)
Now Advanced… Virtual Memory… this is MOST likely place causing ‘Low Disk Space’
try changing C: Drive, from System Managed to ‘Custom’
allow 1 & 1/2 to 2x RAM (so you ought to try 4048Mb)
do this for Initial AND for Maximum size… it should cut down on fragmentation of the C: Drive (!)
I’ll Just bet it stops these warnings…
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