"Steve" <Steve@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I have Vista Home premium running on my Compaq PC. The problem I've got is
> on the C: drive there is a D: partition which is FAT32. Obviously Vista
> Drive) is NTFS. I believe that Vista uses D: to write temp files etc...
> this is causing system crashes as the drive is almost full 9% left.
> What can I do to resolve the problem?
If you have a 'low disk space warning'
you will have to access the recovery partition D and very carefully examine
the contents. You will need to pay particular attention to the file creation
dates, because the recovery files will have earlier dates than any backups
or saves you may have created. I would like to be able to advise that you
contact the manufacturer, but the chances of the idiot on the other end of
the line knowing how to tell you what to remove safely is zero to nil. It
would not hurt to give the manufacturer a try, but please do not hold your
Mike Hall - MVP