Yes, that was it. I had "Hibernation" enabled. Once that was disabled, I
regained nearly 400 Mb's of space back. Oddly enough I have 384 Mb's of RAM
installed.... Thanks for the tip ;)
> If you have hibernation selected, it will write a file as large as the
> amount of memory you have..It is called "hiberfil.sys" This means if you
> On the other hand, if you have 512 meg of memory, you will have a
> hiberfil.sys file of 512 meg..
> Also, you will have a paging file of several hundred meg..
> Maybe you should have given the Windows XP system partition something
> like 4-6gig instead..
> Don McDaniel
> > XP seems to be eating up disk space all on its own. After performing a
> > install on a laptop a few weeks ago, I had nearly 600 Mb's free on the
> > partition. Now I only have 300 Mb's free and I havent installed anything
> > the C: partition. Now, I can understand log files writing to the C:
> > but other than that I cant account for the missing 300 Mb's. Any
> > Thanks