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Old 02-22-2008, 12:48 AM
AuroraProject AuroraProject is offline
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Quick question re: available space.

I'm going to be upgrading the drive in my MacBook Pro to a 320gb soon. Tonight I decided to try the clone process on a 320gb desktop drive I have laying around. I connected the drive to my MBP via usb bridge, and proceeded to clone the existing 120gb drive to the 320. Once the clone was complete I booted to it to verify it's contents, everything is there of course. However, in finder I'm getting conflicting results about how much space is available. If I click on the drive itself, there is 212gb available, but if I click on my home folder, documents, music, desktop, or pictures, it shows 164gb available. Why is this? Only the drive and the applications folder show the correct space available.

I can post screen captures if this doesn't make any sense, and my home folder has File Vault enabled, I suspect this has something to do with it.
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