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I have recently moved house and in the process have lost my recovery discs. I was wondering if someone on the forum would be willing to create a backup of the discs and send them to me?
I am pre paired to pay for the hassle and all costs incurred. My Macbook is an entry level 13" White Book Specifications

512MB 667 DDR2 - 2x256MB SO-DIMMs
60GB Serial ATA drive (5400rpm)
Keyboard (English) & Mac OS (English)
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1.83GHz Intel Core 2 Duo

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You are asking for something illegal. I think you should contact the closest Apple Store and purchase a one from there or try ebay.
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You are asking for something illegal. I think you should contact the closest Apple Store and purchase a one from there or try ebay.
Not in Canada WOOT
but yeah why is it illegal to back up dvds that can only be used on a macbook anyway?? and since all macbook came with the dvds and a license
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