#1
OK Pit I have a question.... Could my roommate get Leopard on his Macbook from the "Mac OS X Install Disc 1&2" that came with my iMac?
#2
probably not. The 10.5 disks that come with computers are specific to the model, but givie it a shot, you're not going to damage it, it'l probably just say something along the lines of "this is the wrong model of computer".

put disk 1 in, switch 'book off, switch on while holding 'c' till screen lights up
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#3
Quote by jgbsmith
probably not. The 10.5 disks that come with computers are specific to the model, but givie it a shot, you're not going to damage it, it'l probably just say something along the lines of "this is the wrong model of computer".

put disk 1 in, switch 'book off, switch on while holding 'c' till screen lights up


Okay I'll give it a shot. Thanks!