Cannot upload anything get message that the disc is full... Remove unused files and try again

I can't download anything. I get a message that the disc is full... Remove unused files and try again... I have deleted many, cleaned the register w/Ccleaner, but doesn't seem to be enough... I don't have the original Windows XP CD... Was already installed. I don't have a recovery CD. Can I use this and start all over again to start on a clean slate? Is there something I can do? I can't yet to update anything.

I have w/Service pack 3 Windows XP. PC is Dell pentium 4.

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I can't download anything. I get a message that the disc is full... Remove unused files and try again... I have deleted many, cleaned the register w/Ccleaner, but doesn't seem to be enough... I don't have the original Windows XP CD... Was already installed. I don't have a recovery CD. Can I use this and start all over again to start on a clean slate? Is there something I can do? I can't yet to update anything.

I have w/Service pack 3 Windows XP. PC is Dell pentium 4.

Please do these two simple things and the report on the results.

A. report of the disc

1 double click (or click, if it's in the start menu) Workstation

2. for each drive (you must be at least 'disc' Local (c), right click and select Properties.  Report of the 'space used', 'Free space' and 'capacities '.

B. know what is using the space

1. get a USB that has at least 4 MB of space.  You can buy a 4 GB (this is 1,000 times more that you) thumb drive from Staples for $7.99 and connect it to your computer.

2. download JDiskReport.  Go to http://www.jgoodies.com/downloads/index.html, make a right click on the link 'Win', choose ' save link under ', navigate to your USB key and save the file.

3. in the installation: uncheck the 3 boxes on the screen "select components"; on the "Choose installation location" screen, click the Browse button and navigate to your USB key so that all the files will be installed on the USB.

4. when the installation is complete, click on my computer, open the USB key, open the folder named JDiskReport and double-click on the file named jdiskreport - 1.3.2.jar (you don't see the .jar extension).

5 scan C: and see what is taking place.

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