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Help!! Ripper Problems


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I recently my spotlight stopped working in light of this I had Mac Ripper installed on my computer. I erased my drive as best to my knowledge and reinstalled my programs. Now when I try to use Ripper a window pops up stating not enough free space on "volumes/mactheripper" Now I was wondering if anyone could help me fix this problem so I could get back to backing up all of my dvd collection since my kids are a little destructive with their dvd's.
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