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iMac - copying your Mac OS 10 installation cd


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I'm new to the forums so I hope this thread is in the right topic area.

What is the process of making a second copy of your Mac OS 10 CD? Does the CD have copy protection on it or is the CD easy to copy?
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QUESTION SOLVED

No further help is necessary as I just found the answer to my question.
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