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Originally Posted by adrianzag View Post
Thanks for the quick reply..

But not sure what you mean - install 'this way - the correct wayu'...

Do you mean

1 Boot from the DVD
2 Go to Utilities to format the internal drive, get apps from backup disk etc

Or just do a standard 'Continue' install as per the DVD?>
The "correct method" to install Snow Leopard...is to boot the computer from the DVD. In your first post you clearly mentioned that you did not do this.

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Originally Posted by adrianzag View Post
My installation seems just fine at the moment, ...
If your installation is fine at the moment...why did you compose an extremely long initial post for a situation that has no issues??

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