A hard drive of just over 1GB is incredibly small for a Windows XP installation even without all the other software and personal folders and files that it needs. I'm amazed XP even works on it.
May be you made an error in your post, but if not, then perhaps the Office Manager and Office Computer Tech experts need to consider larger drives?
we have a pc here in the company with a windows XP installed and its hard drive is running out of space.
the hardrive has 2 partitions
currently C: and D:
the C: drive has 346MB (NTFS)
the D: drive has 791MB (FAT32)
i've changed the temp directory to D: so that the temp will go straight to D:, but when we download files larger than C: drive, windows does not allow to download it because the hd is running out of space. which means, windows still uses the C: as the virtual memory
since the D: drive is able to accept downloads larger than 400MB but less than its size, i plan to set it as the virtual memory,
how could i set windows to use D: as the main virtual memory?