7 Replies Latest reply: Dec 11, 2007 3:29 PM by ali brown
coldgooseman Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
Recently I keep having this pop up on my computer that says:
Warning: Your StartUp Disk is almost full
Create more space by deleting files in your start up disk.

I must be confused about what the start up disk is.
When I go to System Preferences I go to startup disk there,
when I click on that it gives me normally two folders,
one is Mac OS 10.3.9 and the other is Classic 9.2.1
Now I got this other folder that says Network Startup
and it is dark and has a big ol question mark on it.
(which is appropriate as I have no idea what it is)

I assume that its telling me delete files I've accumalated
over the years from Mac OS 10.3.9 (I don't use classic)
which I presume includes everything on my desktop and its
folders. So I deleted a whole bunch of stuff. Huge files
and little files and lots of unimportant stuff. But still it
pops up and says "My start up disk is almost full and
I must Delete files from the start up disk."

How do I delete files from the startup disk if it is not
referring in general to all that is on my OS 10.3.9?

Thank You - McGoose

Mac G4, Mac OS X (10.3.x)