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I downloaded a lot of stuff on Limewire as I left my computer on when I slept last night, and I woke up in the morning and it said that all the movies and the files couldn't be saved to my library because I didn't have enough room I guess in my disk thing where you can close it and once you close it you have to enter a password to open the whole thing to get to the stuff, so anyway, where would it all go, it wouldnt all just delete itself, would it?
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My guess is that ur HDD was full (FileVault on, perhaps?) and thats why the data couldn't be saved to ur drive.
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