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If you have a current Time Machine back up - yes...

Insert the Leopard DVD - Double click on the Mac OS X install icon, and then click Restart.

The installer will start upon re-boot, then from the Utilities menu, select Restore System from Backup. You'll then choose the volume that contains your Time Machine backup.

There are some good directions on the Leopard disk. Put it in and double click on it. Then open the Instructions folder. Then open the Install & Setup Guide. What you're looking for is on page 12 starting with Restoring Your System.

If you're wanting to use NTFS for your windows partition and have anything you need from it also backed up, I would recommend restoring your drive to a single volume for the OS X install. Just to alleviate any possible problems later on.

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