Open my comp...rc the c drive...select properties.
That should present a screen that shows used space and free space...could be a clue.
If you feel that used space is more than it should be I might run a pass of scan disc and pay attention to bad sectors.
This WIN98SE machine is operating with an 800 MHz AMD chip. It has had previous problems with freezing up, but we thought we had overcome these issues. Now the HD has been churning frequently and slowing operations to a crawl. I ran an updated version of NAV 5 yesterday and it found nothing. I also ran a current version of SpySweeper 4.5 and it found only a few unimportant cookies. Machine is left on 24/7, but this morning it was frozen and after a normal reboot it began to give a "disk full" warning whenever we tried to enter data into a program. At worst this hard drive should be only 10% full, leading me to believe that some program is replicating itself over and over. I have set NAV to run it's full search for Sundays so it is not running in the background. Ctrl-Alt-Delete comes up showing Explorer at the top of the list. This is a critical machine for us and I need to get it up and operating. Also, we are having troubles with the router this machine is WiFi'ed to so I cannot connect direct to the internet. Can anyone help?