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I have an older mac clone (supermac j700) I'm running OS 9.1, works great...I want to install OS X....I have two scsi drives for a total of 4gb...I will need Xpostfacto to run OS X...Can I install OS X on one of the scsi drives (2gb in total and leave the other drive for applications? Both of the hard drives have OS 9.1 installed...
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