Everything that is ever "in" a hard drive is in it from the time it's first made. The only changes made when something is written is in placement of things that are already contained therein. Therefore, the actual weight cannot change. There has to be some kind of in the physical makeup of the hard drive for the weight to change, and this only happens while the computer is on (electric current passes through). When the computer is off, the hard drive is made up of exactly the same components no matter how much has been written to it. Those components don't change in weight.
drag them to trash, empty trash
If your current hard drive is full and there's no files that you're willing to delete or you're old hard drive fried.
You need an Xbox 360 transfer cable. Connect it to your console along with the hard drive that has all your memory in. Then get the empty hard drive and connect it with the transfer cable and start the transfer.
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Any Firewire hard drive is best for a MAC. You can get either an empty one and install the software yourself or can buy the external hard drive with software pre loaded.
Put it on back up or get a new hard drive
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no, the data stored on the hard drive will remain there. as soon as you connect the hard drive back up to the computer you will once again have full access to it like it was neither touched.
Your hard drive may be either full of nearly full.....
LimeWire is never "full." The music files you download are stored on your hard drive, usually in your Shared folder. Thus, the only limit to the number of songs you can download is the capacity of your hard drive.
Open My Computer and right-click on the drive icon. Then click "Properties."
personally i'd say buy an external hard drive, as it will be much easier
Umm, if your talking about weight they weigh the same. Memory is stored digitally and does not add any weight.
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your hard drive is probably full
if you want to know if you can go from internal hard drive to external hard drive, then the answer is yes. you can purchase an internal hard drive and external hard drive
You should allow at least 10% free drive space, for proper functioning of the computer.
HARD DISC DRIVE or HARD DRIVE
The short answer is a 'yes' - when a file is deleted from a hard-drive, the data is still there, only the path is removed. The computer assumes that the space is now empty, so can write over the supposed empty space.
The space on the hard disk is full delete some data from the hard drive it will be ok or add more hard disk in the system
Connect to one your computers and make full format.
Virtual Memory is space in the hard drive that acts as memory when the RAM is full.
Yes, when you "reformat" it erases the hard drive completely. It will be an empty drive, you will have to reinstall the OS from your disk/Apple internet or reinstall from a back-up after you do it.