Just another note before I restart. I quit all the applications running (Safari, iTunes, Mail, iChat, imagewell, Quicksilver, and Virtual PC [though I didn't even start up VPC...it was showing as running when I hit Command + Tab]) and a check of a folder and I now have 7.53GB available. Start up of Safari to post and now it's up to 8.97GB. <br><br>ok ok..this is weird. A Get Info on my HD and it increases to 9.44GB.<br><br>
I think that DW can just be dragged and dropped. If your external is a boot volume, it'll just run from the external. You'll have to do the serial number, though. Do you have that?<br><br>____________________________________________________<br>Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive,<br>But to be young was very heaven!
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I believe you have to run DW from another startup volume for it to do its repairs ( I have the boot CD). I had a suddenly "full" HD which I knew wasn't posible. DW fixed it - it was an extents overwrite problem. TTP ID'd it but couldn't repair it. DW did the trick with its directory rebuild.<br><br>
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