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Hi i have an Apple Macbook Air with an 80 gig hardrive, 1.6GHz, 2 gig Ram. The problem is my hardrive is saying its capacity is 24.76 GB yet its supposed to be an 80 gig, It also says i have 823 MB left of free space. It also says used is 23.95 GB. I am wondering where the rest is?

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Some how the drive got partitioned of something, look under disk utility in applications and get it to verify then repair the drive

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