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    Help needed urgently
    I set up a new partition and when the mac restarted it said that it couldn't find a bootable device, so i thought to myself i'll go back onto mac and sort it out but i can't get onto leopard, it keeps booting into to windows and saying that it can't find a bootable device.

    anyone know how i can get back onto leopard when i boot the mac, it keeps taking me to windows

    thanks

    Chris

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    Try holding alt when booting up and see if your leopard partition is there to boot from. If not put your install disks in reboot, hold c and run disk utility.

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    holding alt isn't doing anything, and i already have a dvd in the drive and i can't get it out

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    To eject a DVD on start-up, restart and hold down the main (left) mouse button
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    Ive done that but it doesn't seem to be working

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    Sorted this out now

    thanks for everyone's help.

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