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Originally Posted by bobtomay View Post
Try installing without the additional software - should be an option during the installation.
That will alleviate the need for inserting disc 2 during the install process.
You can try installing that software after you get OS X installed.

However, if the Snow Leopard discs you are using are not the discs that shipped with that computer, they're not going to work. Those discs are system type specific.
Thanks that's a good idea but now I'll have somehow start from the beginning again by formatting and then inserting Disk 1. I've tried to boot the machine from disk one but it keeps on insisting that I insert Disk 2.! How would I have to format, I know there are some commands that open the terminal but can't quite remember them?
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