Original Title: There is not enough disk space on . . . to install Service Pack 3.
I am running MS Windows XP Home Edition (32-bit), version 2002, on my computer. My computer is a Macbook with an Intel Core2 Duo CPU T7800 @ 2.60Ghz with 2.98 GB of RAM. The Mac OS is 10.5. I am running Windows through Boot Camp. My Boot Camp/Windows disk partition is 74.8 GB in size, with 10 GB of free space. Windows crashed on my computer several weeks ago and I had to reinstall it. I had previously been running Windows with Service Pack 3, and it had worked fine (until it crashed for no readily apparent reason). I reinstalled Windows through Service Pack 2, and it works. However, I am unable to reinstall Service Pack 3. Whenever I try, I receive the following message: "There is not enough disk space on C:\WINDOWS\$NtServicePackUninstall$ to install Service Pack 3. Setup requires a minimum of 4 additional megabytes of free space or if you also want to archive the files for uninstallation, Setup requires 4 additional megabytes of free space. Free Addditional space on your hard disk and try again." As I mentioned previously, I currently have 10 GB (that's gigabytes, NOT megabytes) of free space in the Windows partition of my C drive. What do I do?