So my favorite way to configure my system is with Partitions. Not a C: sysem and a D: data, I mean a partition scheme that would terrify the most seasoned Linux veteran. Ok, maybe not that bad, but I do have a complex scheme that I'm quite comfortable, that works like this:\n\n\n\nC: System (Vista) 10 Gigs\n\nD: System (XP Pro) 4 Gigs\n\nL: Linux (VirtualMachine) 10 Gigs\n\nM: Music & Video Files 10 Gigs\n\nP: Program Files 25 Gigs\n\nR: Recovery Data 5 Gigs\n\nS: Swap file (where my Vista & XP swapfiles sit, like a Linux setup) 2.5 Gigs\n\nX: Documents 5 Gigs\n\n\n\nThis system works great for me for lots of reasons, (much smaller system backups, no redundent data bakups of music or program files, vastly improved file and swap fragmentation management, data corruption protection, etc etc) but here's the problem - my partitions fill up. I have less than 200 megs free on at least four partitions usually, and now Vista constantly bombards me with Low Disk Space errors, just like in XP. Unfortunately, the old registry hacks (in Software\Policies\Explorer NoLowDiskSpaceChecks = 1) to disable these messages for XP don't work in Vista\n\n\n\nAny suggestions?