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Open the dang case??
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It depends on what you want to do... Download this .pdf, it might help.
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Thanks... got it... helped alot!
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I've been happily using my cube without issues and suddenly started getting a message that my startup disk is nearly full. This gets very light use, the only things of any size are iTunes and iPhotos. I've dumped everything I can think of to free-up space but it persists. I notice that someone recommended Onyx freeware.

Any advise on what to use or what to avoid in trying to clean this up? I must confess, I so rarely have any problems my trouble-shooting skills are non-existent in the Mac arena (wish I could say the same about windoze).

TIA for any suggestions/comments.
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