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iBook - Restore CD's


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I'm wondering where to get the original restore discs for my clamshell iBook. I heard I can call Apple up and get them for just the s & h. Is that true?

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I have seen reports of $20-$40 for replacement disks. I have also heard that they no longer have the replacement disks available for some older models.

You'll get a quicker answer by calling Apple and asking them than waiting for just the right person to come along that has requested disks for your specific model machine.

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