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Question: BOOTCAMP disk not displaying the correct information.

After upgrading to Mac OS High Sierra my Bootcamp disk no longer displays the right information. The Bootcamp disk should be 100 GB and no say Zero

KB available. Bootcamp (Windows 10) does run just fine though.


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MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015), iOS 11.1

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Nov 14, 2017 10:18 AM in response to MitchSilbey In response to MitchSilbey

The information in the Storage panel is derived from Spotlight indexing. For Windows, I would not put any stock in what is reported. You can also validate available free space in each partition using df -h command.


Sierra is only marginally better. 'Other' is not much more significant.


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