my C drive is 25.2 GB with 3.86 GB used and 21.3 GB free
my D drive is 2.71 GB with 2.34GB used and 382 MB free
no at no time were there multi-profiles setup on ME - I think at one time I was going to play around with it so my neice could do her stuff and I could do mine but then decided it was too much hassle
Oh boy...this, combined with what you did with your program files has really brought us to a bizzarre point
I had a feeling something was odd when you said that you did the dual boot, but didn't really know how.
The SYSTEM_SAV as the volume name had me pretty certain that you had somehow installed windows 2000 to your system restore partition, which is normally hidden.
It can certainly be done, but no one would ever want to do that do to the size and the fact that you no longer have your restore files.
I'm kind of at a loss as to where to go next because simply fixing this will lead us to someplace that will quickly become unworkable.
Here's what I would do if it were me....maintain the two partitions, using the second small one as a storage location, blow away the first partion, then install win2000 there.
Ironically, with this you are going back temporarily to a dual boot, but with dual boot windows 2000.
Here's the first obstacle to that...you have no space on your D: drive to store anything and it is unclear what you need to move there. I highly doubt most of the program files yo moved from c: to D; will work at all, as well, and you probably do not have program disks for those programs because they were hidden on the partition you installed windows2000 to.
So, I guess now we have to make some decisions ...
If you want to maintain the smaller drive with windows 2000 and save everything to the larger c: drive, you can certainly do that, but it will a pain...we could edit your system variables to point to that drive, or even move the profile there, but it is ...awkward.
The problem is that your going back