I have an intel mini running leopard, with an 80gb hard drive, that was bought as a refurb. I've been fighting space issues on it, and it is time to sort it out. when i got the machine it was used for EyeTV recording exclusively, and all that went to an external drive, so space wasn't an issue. I honestly cannot remember if i did a full format and reinstall on it like i should have, I'm inclined today to say that i did not. My bad. So if i do a get info on the folders it shows about 20gb used for them, which matches OmniDiskSweeper, however, the drive is showing 66GB used. I did a sparse image backup with SuperDuper and it is 66GB. :::banghead::: When I boot from the Leopard disk to run disk utility there are no partitions on the disk, it is all showing MacHD with the 74GB. I honestly expected the SuperDuper image to be just the 20GB, then i was going to do a new install of leopard with a reformat, restore and then finally upgrade the blasted computer to at least SL for now. I seriously have no clue what direction to go, I guess i could still attempt that and see what happens, but if i then do the restore from SuperDuper will I end up with a huge mess? From reading online the only thing it seems like it could be is a failed bootcamp partition, one that happened prior to my getting it... Which leads me to think i talked myself out of the format when I got it. If anyone has any suggestions of things to try please share them.... I'm totally at a loss. I think I'm going to have DU build an image and go to bed for the night, maybe things I'll be better in the morning?! I think I'm going to include a picture of the screen with the get info numbers and the OmniDiskSweeper info, if Tap a talk cooperates. Thanks!