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iBook - Replacement Install Disks?


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Hello everyone.. Great Forum...

Does anyone know if Apple will sell a replacement set of install disks for the ibook? I bought my ibook in the fall of last year and do not have applecare on it, as I never had it on any of my other macs.

My wife and I recently moved and in this move I've misplaced my install disks that came with my system. I know that I should have kept up with them, but the place that I just knew I had put them doesn't seem to be where I actually did put them.

I know that I could call Apple and ask them, but I'm afraid that they will want me to pay $50 for the one time call, and then pay for the disks on top of it.

Does anyone have any ideas?
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I've found the best luck in getting install discs from Other World Computing at http://macsales.com. They have a lot of legacy OS'
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