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    #1

    I have no idea about it.

    (I have no idea about it.)
    Does it mean 'I don't know about it' or 'I don't know about it at all' ?
    or either is correct?

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    #2

    Re: I have no idea about it.

    Yes. Clueless.

    'I don't know about it' and 'I don't know about it at all' mean the same. To state that a little knowledge is known, use 'I don't know [much/a lot/a great deal/etc] about it.'

    [Ex-teacher]

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