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You got to free space on your hard drive. The virtual memory resides on your hard drive. but if the hard drive is getting full, this will reduce the virtual memory. So make home for virtual memory by free space on your hard drive.
It seems that you Hard Drive is full. You may either choose to upgrade the Hard Drive, or you can compress or even delete some of your data. There are also programs that will search for duplicate files on your system. This website is one example of that. http://www.easyduplicatefinder.com/ I hope I answered your question. Have a great day.
Ok. How much space do you have free on your hard-drive right now? (I'm assuming that you know how to check this).
If its low, then maybe you didnt free up enough space on the drive. If it is high however, then answer this: is the message you are receiving telling you that you are low on disk space? or is it telling you that it is low on virtual memory space?
if its low on virtual memory, then the problem could be many including 1) virus etc 2) a program is running that is using up more RAM than is avaivable 3) you need more RAM on your system.
if its low disk space, then the problem could be 1) You need to free up more disk space (that may mean getting a bigger hard-drive installed)
Try using an updated virus scanning utility. If it says that you are virus free, then try one of the solutions above.
It sounds like you have been storing files on the Recovery partition (D:) instead of your C: drive. You should not do that. The Recovery partition should just that. If you need more space consider a USB external hard drive.
Sometimes Windows stores important files on a computer that are necessary to run propertley. I strongly suggest you not to delete it because you might end up messing up your entire computer. If you want to clean up disk space instead I will give you exact instructions. 1: Go to Start and Go to Control Panel. 2:Go to Clean up disk.