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Woe, I just got burnt with myhack 3.3.1 trying to install snow leopard.

Source and destination bug causing it to copy a heap of data from some where to the boot volume. I only noticed when a warning popped up saying  boot volume is nearly full.

The OS is still working but I can't find out where all this data is to delete.
Any idea?
Any help would be much appreciated

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I am really confused. Can't seem to find it.
Info from Applications,library, system and users does not show enough GB of data. There must be a 40 to 50GB block of data in there some where.

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I hope I have done this right. Was in root mode to install and use myhack, but have sent both normal login and root screen shots.They look the same.

Thanks

 

 

 

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I don't see an Extra folder on the root if it's a myHack install.

Check for /System/Library/Extension/myHack.kext and the size.

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I checked /System/Library/Extension/ for myHack.kext and found no file.
The file sizers seem small yet their must be a large folder some where.

Applications 6.98GB
Library 7.28GB
lost &found 8kb
System 4.42 GB
Users 3.87

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