DVD43 lists XP and 2000 only, AnyDVD says 98, DVDFab Decrypter won't work for you because you have to rip the DVD to you hard drive first, and you don't have space for both the original and the compressed disc. If you had enough space for the original disc (which can be over 7GB oftentimes) and are desperate, you could rip the original to the HD, run it through DVD Shrink and have it output to a +/-RW (using packet writing such as Nero InCD), copy that back to the HD, then burn to a disc . In other words, you either need to buy AnyDVD, buy a new computer, update to 2000 or XP, get a larger or a second hard drive. Most computers can use two Hard Drives, even if you found a small older HD of 10GB+, it'd be all you need. Something worth considering, you may be able to get a HD this big for free from someone upgrading or getting rid of an outdated computer.