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Where Can I Find Another Installation Disk If I Lost Mine


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Hi, it's me again. ok so i bought my friends macbook but he said he lost his installation disk? is there anyway i can a hold of another one or do i have to buy 1? also thanks for the people who helped me on the last post
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Ebay is probably your best shot, but be sure to buy the set for your specific machine. Your other option is to call the applecare folks (even though you're not under apple care) - I think they'll run you $20 or $30.
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Ebay is probably your best shot, but be sure to buy the set for your specific machine. Your other option is to call the applecare folks (even though you're not under apple care) - I think they'll run you $20 or $30.
Whats the Disk Called? i'm used to windows so im new to Mac's
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Whats the Disk Called? i'm used to windows so im new to Mac's
MacBook Installation Disc. It will be gray and come with an applications disc. Make sure it's the one for the specs on your Macbook. If you're calling AC, give them the serial number and they can hook you up.
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Well, i really haven't bought the computer yet. Any ideas what place they might have one? i saw one on ebay for 47.95 bucks called

Macbook OS X 10.4.8 TIGER DVD's

Is This Compatible With Mac ( he siad he bought his in 2007)
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