Startup disk has no more disk space

Discussion in 'Mac OS X Lion (10.7)' started by MacBH928, May 11, 2012.

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    MacBH928

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    When I booted my macbook I got a weird error message that I saw for the first time in my life after using the mac in 10 years.
    The computer had the beachball at the login screen and it was extremely slow. I did successfully login, and I got this message.
    Can Any one tell me what is going on?
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    here are some facts:
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    1)Macbook late 2008 2Ghz core2dou 6GB RAM
    2) About a month or so ago i update my HDD to Black Scorpio 7200rpm 500GB
    3)I have bootcamp with Windows 7 32bit
    4) I have 113.8GB used and 284GB free
    5) Last time I shutdown my mac I set the system to configure time automatically based on my location
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    My computer crashed so I hit the power button until my computer shutdown waited for sometime and switched it on again.
    The problem is gone. Boot sequence was normal .
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    Any one knows whats going on? Please dont tell me the HDD is dying I invested too much time, energy, and money into this thing and its just a month old.
    Plus I know of no way to backup the bootcamp partition
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