I partitioned by C drive for 2gb, and 1.99 (or so) are tooken up by my pagefile. When I try to install ATI Hydravision, it tries to use the C drive for its temporary files.
I checked to make sure that none of the temp folders in my Enviorment Vairables are set to the larger partions.
I even set so that nothing would install into D:/Documents and Settings/(my profile)/Local Settins/TEMp, but instead to my G: Drive
(I have 5 partions bty, in order: Pagefile/OS/Games/Apps/Stuf).
So my question is, is this something that I can change in the reigsitry or is it because of the installer?
If it is in the installer, I guess I could temporarily size my pagfiile down to make room for ATI hydravision.
I have a 160GB Seagate Barracuda HDD, and im running win2k so its limited to 132GB.
I installed the Diskwizard 2003 Software that came with my Seagate, and I checked for updates to it, and there are none.
One of the options was to partition free space, so i thought that this might take the 28gb, that I cant use, and turn it into a new partition. While in the middle of this, i seconed guessed, and hit cancel (bad move on my part). So now I have a J Drive, after my 2 CD Drives, I tried to Format it, but after letting it sit for 30min or so it made no progress, so I canceled that.
In the benchmarking program Everest, it says that my J drive is...i forget, but I remember it being a lot bigger than 28gb. Almost seems like it did take up all the free space from the other partitions.
My question for this would be, is there anyway to delete a partition wihtout having to restore your computer?
When I try to install Automatic Updates for Windows 2k Pro (I think the acronym for the real name of it was "SUS")I get an error message saying I need Windows 2000 Service Pack 2 or higher. The thing is, I am at SP 4.
Any suggestions will be appreciated.
Edited by The Trip, 01 June 2005 - 10:13 AM.