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Poswerbook Hard drive losing space


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I have a G4 Titanium powerbookk, system 9.1. It seems that the more I delete files to free up space, the more space I lose on the hard drive. I've emptied the trash so there is nothing in there. Every now and then, I gain a few megabites without doing anything. Where has all my storage space gone?? Any solutions?
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