how to get rid of "low disk space" warning?????

May 14, 2007 12:58pm CST
i think all of we are aware about this problem. a nagging message bar saying "you are running out of disk space in drive x:\" whenever it tends to reach its capacity. i am giving you a solution to this problem:startmenu - run - regedit - 'HKEY-CURRENT USER-USER' - software - microsoft - windows - current version - policies - exp - orer create a "new binary value" and set its value to 00000001. then exit the registry and restart. another solution is available here:
2 responses
• India
14 May 07
yaa i know it. its quite a nagging problem. it makes you flounder over the computer. sorry to say but we have no option. we have to clear some of the disk or transfer some heavy files to another disk. i thought of escaping from the message and its not possible.
• India
15 May 07
ya definitely you can't exceed the space allocated for that drive. but the above said method will allow to use the allocated diskspace completely. when that will be exceeded , you have to transfer some huge sized files to another place.
@smacksman (6074)
14 May 07
Fit another hard drive and move some data across to it to free up some space for Windows to operate in. It needs plenty of swap drive space to work well.