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Old Jul 28, 2012, 07:25 PM   #1
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Question Clean Install has used 15GB !?

Hey guys, wondering if someone can help me out here, just installed Mountain Lion "fresh" off a bootable USB flash drive.
I went through Disk Utility and Erased what was originally on the Macintosh HD, then continued on with the installation of Mountain Lion, but it is showing that 15GB is used ??

Surely this cannot be right, can someone lead me in the right path ?
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