hdd space warnings

I keep getting low on hdd space warning bubbles poping up all the time and its starting to get really anoying. Other than delete some files (which i really dont want to do), how can i get it to stop telling me im low on hdd space?

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  1. You can try this by running regedit:

    Find this key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer

    and this key:

    add a dword name: NoLowDiskSpaceChecks

    and the value is 1.

    Reboot your PC for the change to be effective.
    You should not get the message again.

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  2. You're better off cleaning files you don't need. I like to have at least 1GB of free space on the drive... XP seems to get cranky with anything less. It helps if you have a fixed-size pagefile as well... that way XP doesn't fill up the free space you have with it's pagefile.

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  3. Cheers boot that worked great. And zoron im gonna try that page file thingy. The drive it was having the warnings over was a partition i use to store all my tv series on so deleting the page files shouldnt cause any harm. thanks
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