Generally Mac has 500 GB hard drive when there is no space in the drive there must be an error which is known as Mac startup disc full error. The possible ways to troubleshoot the error is first install a hard drive external or clear all unnecessary files from the system. Startup disc is a partition inside Mac hard drive installed in your Mac book.
If you want to take backup of your Mac book and not able to do so you can read How to backup iTunes on external hard drive. Users can read below if they encounter Mac startup disk full error below are methods to fix error and perform step by step instructions.
Steps to Fix MacBook Startup Disk Full Error:
Step1: Open trash folder and delete all the files in it.
Step2: Open Macintosh HD followed by users after that current user then downloads deletes all unwanted files from downloads.
Step3: Open library, then caches and delete all the files in it. Now open Finder and from menu click on go to folder and type ~/Library/Caches and delete all files in it.
Step4: Open finder and search library in library go to logs and delete all the files in it.
Step5: Open library again and open dictionaries and delete all the entries in it.
Step6: Launch iTunes and click on menu bar then iTunes and open preferences and select all files and delete them.
Step7: Open a mail downloads and deletes all the files.
Step8: Remove the entire app which you don’t want to use.
Step9: Transfer all the big and not frequently used files to external hard drive.
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