Question about FireLite (USBFLB80) Hard Drive
I HAVE TRASHED EVERYTHING I HAD ON MY EXTERNAL DRIVE YET IT STILL SAYS I HAVE 19 GIG AVAILABLE INSTEAD OF SAYING THAT I SHOULD HAVE 40 GIG,SINCE THERE IS NO DATA ON THE DRIVE. I AM USING A MAC AND IM RUNNING TIGER. THANKS
Are you familiar with hidden files and/or using the Terminal application? Hidden files could be the cause of your disk usage and you could use Terminal to verify and remove the files. The easiest way to erase the drive and restore the space, though, is to use Disk Utility and erase the partition. Open Disk Utility Select the Volume name Click the Erase tab Click the Erase button BE SURE YOU HAVE NOTHING ON THE DRIVE THAT YOU WANT! Please let me know if this helps or if you have more questions.
Posted on Aug 22, 2007
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