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I've got a couple of G3 Macs with partitions for OSX and OS9. I'm wondering if there is a way to remove the OS9 partition without losing everything in a reformat/reinstall.
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It depends on what version of OS X you have. If you have Panther then yes. If you have Cheetah, Puma, or Jaguar then No.
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