As was pointed out by WHS, the message says that you have "run out of room on C". Your screenshot shows only 8GB free in your 200GB C-partition. So 190GB or so is in use. That's an awful lot of data on your C-drive (in \Users, like documents, pictures, videos, backups, "system image", etc.) given that Windows 7 itself along with even lots and lots of your installed 3rd-party programs shouldn't be anywhere near close to using 190GB of space.
Since each of your other three partitions D, E and F are currently showing 100% unused, why not use them for what you obviously intended them to be used for... namely holding "data" (not programs). Just MOVE
the "data" off of C and into specific named folders on the other three partitions, and you will thus free up the original space on C formerly used by that data now located elsewhere. And you can use either of the partitions on your second physical drive as the target folders for "system image", which is a very good idea.
Note that you don't need to use Windows-like names (e.g. "My Pictures") for any data folders you create anywhere. Just name the parent high-level folders whatever makes good sense for holding that type of data. It will be far simpler in the future when you go to browse or use that data, if the parent folder names shown in Windows Explorer are intuitive.
I'm sure that's what you had in mind when you partitioned your two drives as you did. But surely your C-drive couldn't really be 192GB of Windows + programs, could it? There's got to be at least 140GB of data, I'm sure, that should be moved to either D, E or F since you've been blessed with that option.
Having "data" on non-C drives also means it's "immune" to consideration when/if you ever have to reinstall Windows from scratch. Makes it much easier to bite the bullet and do it, should it become necessary.
One more note... it sounds like you're just getting started with this fresh install. You should probably configure the amount of space allowed for Windows to take "restore points" down from its initial default. This item if left unaltered can really waste lots of disk space (especially on C) that really is an"unproductive" use of that capacity.
I myself have set an 8% of my C-partition as the limit for what Windows can use for "restore points" before it begins to delete the oldest ones to make room for newer ones. But my C-partition is fairly small. Since you have a 200GB C-partition you'd probably want to allow no more than say 6% (in my own opinion, but others may feel differently).