When I boot this hard drive into Windows 2000, I am greeted with the error message "Your system has no paging file, or the paging file is too small" after I log in. It offers me suggestions on how to fix it, but since I can never get into Windows, I can't change the size of the paging file. What I have attempted, many times, is to slave that drive to a different one, and then though THERE change the size of the paging file. Yet matter what I do, every time I boot to this hard drive, I am greeted with this error on Windows login. Now this hard drive did have a nasty infection of viruses and spyware. Slaving it to the other hard drive was the only way I was able to run the sweeps on it that eventually cleaned the infections. I was getting this error message before the virus sweep, and hoped getting rid of the infection would help. Any ideas?