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is there anyway to force an ibook g4 to boot os 9?

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if classic is installed, go into system preferences>startup disk>select your os 9 installation.
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the new ibooks cant do that

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o yea, I think newer ibooks cant , or dont com with os 9, you could try installing classic support if its on the disc.
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i have classic installed but everything i need to run doesnt run correctly so i need to acculy boot in to os 9 like on the older computers.

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o, I think youd need a partition running os 9 to do that. the classic thats installed is not a full blown system, just enough to run apps.
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