That's not the Microsoft issued error message. -> "There is not enough disk space to install all available updates?
Another typo appears to be -> "Life Update Warning!"
Given the MALWARE running around, I wonder if this machine has been smitten.
After reading cnet's review on File Shredder,I downloaded it(fileshredder.org) and used it to shred free disk space. I now, at each startup, keep getting the following message:
?Life Update Warning!
There is not enough disk space to install all available updates?
This message is in error because I have over 400 GB of free space. Does this have something to do with File Shredder replacing all free space with some other value? I have used Windows Disk Cleanup, Unrun CClean to uninstall File Shredder, clean temporary files and to clean the registry. The message persists. How do I correct the message?
I am running Windows Vista Home Premium , 32 bit with SP1.
Any help you can give will be appreciated.