My dilemma... Running Windows 2000 on my old laptop (circa 1998). Back then, I partitioned the hard-drive - thus leaving my C drive at about 3.4 GB and my D drive at something like 4.2 GB. Idea was to have the C for program/system resources and the D for new volume. Well...now I'm in a weird predicament. C is completely full - and the computer can't do a damn thing. Pages don't load, non-stop error messages, etc. Can't even do productive cleaning measures as the disk is too full to run the clean-up operations. Just a mess. I've removed all temp files, deleted recycle bin, etc. as the system is basically running on fumes. All the while, my D drive is coasting along with a cool 1.2 GB left to spare. When I've tried to move certain larger files from C to D I get the "warning" message. I'm afraid I'll lose key drivers and other data - so I've only moved files (i.e. documents, images, etc.) that I know are safe. Is there a way to mathematically balance out the drives and/or move large files over to the D without losing them? Even better, could I add another 600 MB to the C (by taking it from the D). Only other solution would probably be to de-partition and restore the drive to its original format, right? Any thoughts are appreciated - this is an extremely inefficient system right now.