Originally posted by Nix
Drop the windows - problems solved.
Great solution Nix....why didn't the rest of us think of this!
Can you post a little more about your system...
Right-Click on My Computer and then click on properties.
Post as much information off of this screen as you can. Hopefully we can point you in a better direction.
Nix did mention about defragmenting your drive.
It's been a while for Windows 98 but Click Start > Programs > Accesories > System Tools > Disk Defrag. You'll be given a choice as to which drive. Choose the C: drive. Before running the defrag tool though....be sure to close all applications running and turn your screen saver off.
Yea, your D: drive is probably your CD-ROM drive. Looks like you had the Windows installation disk in the drive at the time. Since this CD cannot be written to...it will appear full. This is, as mentioned above, normal.