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Memory i deleted everything to free up more space but i still can't export imovie to idvd and burn project no memory what should i do?

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Empty your "Trash". All the files you deleted are in there till you delete them (empty the trash can). That should free up quite a bit of HD space for ya.

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How much memory do you have available? (Are you sure the Trashbin is empty). I have mooved all music to external harddisk to free up space. I have found that the computers work best if the have atleast 40% free space. You can also try to move the imovie files to external HD and burn from there.

Good luck.

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