Hey folks, I'm fixing up my old computer to give to my mom, but I'm getting quite frustrating trying to fix the problems that were the reason I bought a new computer. Here's what happened. The computer had Windows ME on it, which I hated, and upgraded to Windows XP Pro. A worm hit it hard, so I had to downgrade back to ME. A couple years later, I upgraded to Windows XP Home, and while in the process, it somehow partitioned my hard drive into two. The C: was there as it was before, but it created a very small F:, which only had system files on it, and barely any space in addition to it. The bad part of all this was that the F: was the default drive, and any time you installed anything, it went to F:. A lot of programs give you the option of choosing where to install to, which isn't such a big deal, but many don't, and that's the problem. Also, as I'm giving this to my mother, I need it to by as simple as possible, so I'd like to either increase the F: so it's big enough not to be an issue, or to set the C: as the default. I can't find anything in the settings to correct this. Any ideas? Also, are there any free virus checkers out there? I'd like to be able to set her up with something halfways decent that's not going to make her pay to keep it up to date.