how to turn off "disk space low" in WinXP-Pro"

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by J-McC, Jul 12, 2005.

  1. J-McC

    J-McC Guest

    I have ond Hard drive that is 100% full of data, I do not write to it.
    I do not want to remove files from it. I just want to stop the popup
    telling me this drive is full.
    Anyone know how, or what synstax to use in question on MS knowledge
    base.

    PS I reall could use some help with my question on Win98SE +
    IE6+running program in IE6 (eg reading webmail)

    Thanks.
    J McC
     
    J-McC, Jul 12, 2005
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  2. J-McC

    Pennywise Guest

    (J-McC) wrote:

    |>I have ond Hard drive that is 100% full of data, I do not write to it.
    |>I do not want to remove files from it. I just want to stop the popup
    |>telling me this drive is full.
    |>Anyone know how, or what synstax to use in question on MS knowledge
    |>base.
    |>
    |>PS I reall could use some help with my question on Win98SE +
    |>IE6+running program in IE6 (eg reading webmail)

    Google again http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q193683/
     
    Pennywise, Jul 12, 2005
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  3. J-McC

    Pennywise Guest

    wrote:

    |> (J-McC) wrote:
    |>
    |>|>I have ond Hard drive that is 100% full of data, I do not write to it.
    |>|>I do not want to remove files from it. I just want to stop the popup
    |>|>telling me this drive is full.
    |>|>Anyone know how, or what synstax to use in question on MS knowledge
    |>|>base.
    |>|>
    |>|>PS I reall could use some help with my question on Win98SE +
    |>|>IE6+running program in IE6 (eg reading webmail)

    |>Google again http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q193683/
    That of course is for Win98 :) read the last line of your post.

    Again Google: http://www.winguides.com/registry/display.php/1051/
    For XP.
     
    Pennywise, Jul 12, 2005
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