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Hi guys, I recently upgraded my macbook pro's hard drive to a 1tb drive. I cloned it and everything is working perfectly except that when i look at the storage in system information it says that almost all of my data is in storage. For example it says i have only have 44mb of video but i have multiple movies which are a few gigs each. Just wondering if this is something that i need to fix or if it doesnt matter really.

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Looking at the System Info is absolutely the worst way to look at what is on your disk - ignore it.
imho - it is next to useless and really good for nothing except to see how much free space you have.

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