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    powermac g4 80gb HD 768mb ram superdrive os x 10.4.11 iPod touch 2nd Gen
    2 Hd one computer
    Hi, I have 2 imac g3's and I want to put both Hd's in one computer and still keep all my photos and stuff,but they run on diffrent operating systems(10.2 and 10.4)
    So I just need to know if I can do this easy or if I have to do something complicated. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powermac View Post
    Hi, I have 2 imac g3's and I want to put both Hd's in one computer and still keep all my photos and stuff,but they run on diffrent operating systems(10.2 and 10.4)
    So I just need to know if I can do this easy or if I have to do something complicated. Thanks
    Put one of the HDs in a Firewire enclosure and with it connected to the iMac unit you hold option key after powering on and choose which one to boot off. Better still upgrade the 10.2 to 10.4

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    powermac g4 80gb HD 768mb ram superdrive os x 10.4.11 iPod touch 2nd Gen
    ok Thanks for the help

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