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Hey guys and gals, I'm trying to get this worked out on my friends macbook. Never dealt with it on my powerbook thankfully... Filevault is miscalculating disk space and not letting me turn it off. I've tried moving files from the home folder over to user folders, something i read to do on a forum. Anymore ideas? I'm going to put most of the music and images on an external harddrive and go back at it. Any ideas?
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