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OS 10.5 - How to burn dmg to a partition?


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Hi all,
I currently run 10.4 but I just downloaded 10.5 (from my work) to install on my HD. I don't have a "dual layer DVD" to burn it onto, so I have to somehow burn the new OS onto a second partition, and then install it over 10.4. I have two partitions ready formatted as Mac Journaled (or something). One is running 10.4. When I go to Disk Utilities, I don't have the option to burn to a hard drive. It automatically selects MAT****A DVD_R, which is no good. I don't want to purchase any software for that. I tried Super Duper, but the unregistered version only lets you back up files....

Any ideas how I can do that?
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