diskcleanup annoying startup

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  1. drost77

    drost77 New Member

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    I use winXPsp2 prof with 512MB of DDR ram.I made a seperate partition for use for pagefile(D:). I made it 1024MB and alloted 1016MB for pagefile. Now when I start windows, a popup comes up warning that D:\ has too little free space, and sits in the system tray.Please help me get rid of this message every time I start windows.
     
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    try freeing up some space in ur d drive

    here r a few tips
    try turning off system restore
    try reducing the space allloted fr recycle bin ...

    jst might wrk !!
     
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    Reduce the size of ur pagefile.There's no point in making the size of the pagefile more than 1.5 times the RAM size anyway.
     
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    paste this in a notepad then save the file as name
    "anyname.reg"
    then add the registry entry by double clicking the file
    then reboot
    that' it
    u r done..........
    the low disk space warning will never pops up on ur sys...........
     
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    thanks "thadhanihemant".Yours was just the solution I was looking for. Thanks again
     
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    what the heck, i have a page file in a separate drive and that also 1.5 GB...

    you could just hide the icon from the customize hidden icons in the system tray.

    it solved my problem
     
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    what the heck, i have a page file in a separate drive and that also 1.5 GB...

    you could just hide the icon from the customize hidden icons in the system tray.

    it solved my problem
     
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