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Hi
Can someone help me. A colleague at work has a G2 and has tried to load some new printer software but a dialogue box has popped up saying that the volume is full. What does this mean? I am unfamiliar with MAC syatems.
Many thanks
Jan-Michael

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Hello,

When you refer to the C: or the D: in the Windoze world, you are actually looking at a local partition of hard drive space, or a network volume.

Macs see ANY storage space as a volume, meaning the boot partition, or another storage location, a USB store device, or even a Floppy Disk! They are all seen as volumes.

Your friend has too much stuff stored on the drive. Do not just randomly delete files; do an intelligent reduction of the hard drive of old documents that he is no longer using.

CHristian

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To add to what Christian said, make sure you don't have any frivolous programs installed. If it's a G3 system, it might have a pretty small drive, (under 10GB is small, IMHO these days) which can fill up pretty quickly if you have lots of stuff installed. So, consider uninstalling any unneeded programs, too.

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