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Hello Everyone!
I have recently come into possession of an iBook 3G from 2001. It has a 14 gig hard drive, but only about 3 gigs are available. I have used Disk Inventory X, and I don't see anything large enough to take up this space. I don't believe there are any partitions. Anyone know what I can do to try and solve this? Thank you very much!
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