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The startup disk is your internal hard drive that boots the machine. The best way to cure the out of space problem is to simply buy a larger hard drive and swap the old one out. There are procedures that you can follow to copy everything from the old drive onto a new larger faster hard drive. Changing a hard drive in a MacBook or MacBook Pro is a fairly easy task.
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