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OS 10.5 - HDD not showing up on Leopard setup DVD


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I just got leopard, and when I boot up to the CD, the process goes fine, until it tries to find my harddrive. It doesn't show up. I have a Macbook 1GBRAM, Intel processor, 120GB harddrive, the optical drive has been working fine.

Can anyone help me?

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