First post, by GabrielKnight123
At my friends house I was told we cant use the pc because there was a problem but even to this day I have never seen this error again because somehow his dad either completely filled the hard drive or something else in Dos was stopping files from being deleted. An error message would come up about no room on the hard drive to delete files but I cant remember if programs ran because of strict instructions not to mess with it till the techie fixed it. So is it possible to fill a 2GB partition, I presume this was his setup for C:\, to the brim so that deleting is disabled?
PS: lets assume there was only one partition and it was a 486 of some sort I do remember the pc case it was the extra tall type that went to the moon with reinforced plastic feet like a moat around a castle to stop it from tipping over but it looked great and only had one cd rom drive and a million leftover 5 1/4 drive bays I found one similar in height a while ago that I'm restoring but it has a slide panel to hide the drive bays when they're not in use, I'll post some pics soon in Milliways as the front had stickers on it and I dont know if I could of done better than the buffer I had to bring it back to a new looking shine.