I bought a Samsung NP-NC10 Notebook. It had XP installed. I replace it with Vista Ultimate, only to crash it as the Notebook won’t accept Vista (presumably because the version I installed is 64-bit?). So, I reinstalled XP and system drivers from the Reload discs. NoteBook now functioning correctly.
However, the 6Gb memory is almost full! I’ve done Disk Cleanup and compressed the Drive (E) to save space. Still almost full. Apart from about 600Mb pics, and IE8, I have no installed no large files.
I am wondering if the Vista files are still on it. I’ve looked in Program Files and WINDOWS folders, and can’t find any sub-folders that relate to Vista.
Any ideas on why the memory could be so full, and if Vista could be still on it and causing the issue?
I’d be grateful. Thanks very much.
NB: Sizes of the 4 largest folders on Local Disk E:
Documents and Settings: 1.04 GB
MSOCache: 529 MB
Program Files: 1.06 GB
WINDOWS: Size: 2.00 GB / Size on disk: 1.40 GB.
Edited by longhotsummer: n/a