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Old 12 June 2007, 14:22   #21
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I take it by the silence that this is ok?!?!?! Thomas i am looking in your corner buddy!
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I have noticed that sometimes the workbench bar at the top of a partition window would say i have more space than i have, sometimes even more than the capacity!!!
I wouldn't worry too much about this. Mathematics is not everybody's strength and programmers are only humans, too.

However, in such a situation you could open a Shell window and enter Info. I'd be interested in the output. The numbers in the "used" and "free" columns are blocks, not bytes. To get the number of bytes you have to multiply them with the block size you entered in HDToolbox.

At least you can be absolutely sure that this is only a cosmetic problem and has nothing to do with SCSI termination and the like. It's probably SFS's fault.
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thats music to my ears Thomas, well done!
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