|I have this EeePC 4G Surf,to which I installed Windows XP Pro. The Windows is not "lited" so it takes 1,79 GB of hard disk space. It's ok, I use a 4 GB SD card as second "hard drive" where I install all files and programs.|
Windows keeps telling me that I am running out of hard disk space in C: and I found out it was the pagefile.sys that was taking all the free space.
So, I removed page filing from disk C: and added page filing to disk D:.
Didn't help: the pagefile.sys on C: is still there. Can't remove it either, because it "is in use".
I set page filing to zero to both drives. Then I restarted and deleted pagefile.sys.
Then I set a system managed page file to D:.
After another restart the pagefile.sys on C: is BACK, and there's another in D:.
HOW do I remove the pagefile.sys from C: for good? I probably need pagefile, but I want it to be on the SD card (D:) and not C, where Windows is taking up most of the space.
Please help! I browsed the internet for hours and found nothing that could help. I even enabled the option to clear page file at shutdown from the Group Policies. That didn't help either.