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Gateway Solo 2300 Notebook/96MB RAM/3.81GB HD/233MHz
Windows 2000 Professional
A little over a month ago I had to do a clean install of W2k because I had corrupted syatem files and Windows could not start. Now, when I try to defrag C:, I have not enough free space to do so and I noticed that more than half the drive is System (green) files.
Is there a way to correct this? I formatted the drive when I was doing the install and I'm afraid if I try it again I will end up with even MORE system files on the drive. I have very few programs installed besides what came with Windows and no .jpg,.avi...etc.No large files. I realize my computer is old and "small", but it's all I have and will have for quite some time.
Thank You in advance for any help and I will be sure to post anything that did help to solve this problem.