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What happens if my computer runout of MG

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January 21, 2010 1:02:00 AM

Hello, every time i go on my file where is says computer, the last time i whent on it it says that i had 97.3MGfree space from 142MG. And today when I check it it says that I have 117MGfree space from 142MG. Now what does that means? And how can I take some of the MG off if any one knows please let me know.

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a b à CPUs
January 21, 2010 1:59:21 AM

what do you mean MG?

and why do you want to get rid of it?

if i understand what yu may be trying to say MG sounds like storage space, why do you want to get rid of your storage space?
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January 21, 2010 5:34:25 AM

Dude.. Are you sure this computer thing is a good idea?

My guess is that you are looking at the amount of free space on you hard drive (the thing that stores all the data on your computer). The more you store, the less free space you have. It's simple. So if free space is more today than it was yesterday, that means some of your files went bye-bye.
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a b à CPUs
January 21, 2010 6:09:32 AM

take some 'MG' off, by doing a google search for 'free porn' and clicking every link you see, especially brightly colored pop-ups offering advice on internet security, or offering masculine enhancement pills.

im sure that will get rid of some of those spare 'MGs' very quickly.
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a c 127 à CPUs
January 21, 2010 6:27:23 AM

You have 117 Metal Gears left?
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a c 133 à CPUs
January 21, 2010 7:01:44 AM

i was thinking they talking about millagrams
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January 21, 2010 10:16:32 AM

To be honest, I smell a troll in this thread.
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a c 103 à CPUs
January 21, 2010 10:45:42 AM

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Hello, every time i go on my file where is says computer, the last time i whent on it it says that i had 97.3MGfree space from 142MG. And today when I check it it says that I have 117MGfree space from 142MG. Now what does that means? And how can I take some of the MG off if any one knows please let me know.


The 142MG is the total HDD size, the 117MGFree is how much actual usable free space the HDD has available, normally this would be indicated as 142G, but obviously you must have Sony Sonic Stage or some Open MG program installed on your computer, to get those reference tags on your HDD.

You actually have plenty of available HDD free space because the M is just a prefix you have 117G[Gigabytes] of available free space but if you are wanting more free space you can perform a HDD cleanup in system tools.

Hope that helps.
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