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Hogger

 
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I've searched all over here, and found some good info, but couldn't find the same problem I'm having.
I think the CD drive in my Macbook is toast. It keeps spitting out disks when I try to put them in and start the computer pushing the "C" key.

I was able to start the MacBook in the mode when you press the "T" key. I used another computer to format the drive with Disk Utility through a firewire. Formatted as 1 partition journaled. I then copied the install disks 1 and 2 of OS X 10.2 onto the MacBook HD. This is the only version I have, I'll upgrade once I can get something to work.
When starting the MacBook and pressing the "C" key, all I get is an image of a file folder with a question mark.

Did I miss a step?
What am I doing wrong?
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