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Originally Posted by chscag View Post
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.
Thanks for the reply. I will have to look into another HD. But for the meantime, Can I just clear it to factory settings? is that possible? It could probably use a good clean out since it probably has 5 years of stuff in there...
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