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Which Mac are you using? Not sure if the newest ones boot under leopard since they probably shipped with 10.6. Frankly, IMHO trying to "downgrade" the OS is usually a pain. If you have an external drive and a Leopard disc the easiest solution would be to load Leopard onto the external drive and boot from there. I usually keep a drive around that is one OS revision back just for these kinds of problems.

BTW using this method selecting the older OS is as simple as choosing that drive in the startup preference pane. you could also power up/restart while holding down the option key.

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