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Deleting issues.. MBP 13" 2011


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Hi, I recently bought a MBP 13".

So my problem is that I was installing a game on a dvd, the installer froze at 78percent because the DVD was all scratched up, so I had to Force Quit the installer and remove the DVD from the SuperDrive.

I used to have 201GB free on my HD, but now I only have 197GB. I know it's not a lot of space, but considering it's a laptop, every GB is useful.

The game did not install completely so it doesn't show in the Application folder, I tried to search around and also used Spotlight.. but still, nothing.

Anyone can help me? Thanks in advance.
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Download "Find Any File" and use it to locate the missing files. Or you can download "Disk Inventory X" to locate the missing space (files).
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Thanks a lot! That worked.
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