Are you so tight on hard drive space, that you can't give the recovery partition a few gig? If it was me, I'd give it another 5 or 6 GB. If you're so tight on hard drive space that you can't afford that, you might need to invest $40 or $50 in a bigger hard drive.
I am using a Dell Inspiron with Windows Vista SP2 home edition. Like most other computers, I have a recovery sector called E: . Windows is chronically trying to warn me of low disk space on the recovery sector. I am aware that there is very little space on that sector, and don't care since I don't plan on storing anything else to that partition. My question is as follows: Is there any way to get the annoying tasktray popup caption to stop warning me about this state of affairs -- a way that doesn't involve adding more space to the E:, or deleting information from it. I am already aware that E: is full and don't have a problem with it.