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URGENT - how to find HD size on iBook?


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HELP please - simple question but I can't find my total HD size on my iBook G3. It's not in System Profiler; and 'CMD+i' shows 9.82GB which sounds weird. How to find out please???
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right click (or control+ click) on ur HD icon and go 'Get Info' and it will be in there
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Disk Utility will also display your HDD size.

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oh ya, and 9.82 isnt unusual. it might be a 10 GB HD, ut they dont give you exactly 10 GB space. every HD is like that. even iPods.
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WOW- thanks guys for the swift responses!! Impressive- and very helpful! Thanks again.
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