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    macbook factory settings

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    macbook factory settings
    when i erase'd my macintosh HD to remove all files it still says there was 300 or so mgb in use and 2 items. Is this normal or is there still something that hasnt been deleted from the HD.
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    macbook factory settings

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    aaaaaaa

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    macbook factory settings

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    How did you erase it?

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    macbook factory settings

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    i used snow leopard cd, went into disk utilities, went erase HD, and when i did erase the HD it said how much space was being used which was around 300Mgb

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    macbook factory settings

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    Back to my old 2.2GHz C2D MB after selling my MBP and wondering what my next Mac will be :)
    It is normal.... I don't remember why, but I believe it has to do with it being formatted and recognizable!
    I hope someone comes along and explains it again and refreshes my memory

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