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OS 10.4 - Carbon copy & Leopard

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This might have been answered somewhere ... but did not find it.
I have a disk with a "carbon copy" of my laptop (tiger version).
If I do a fully new installation of leopard. Is it possible to import from that disk ALL programs and important settings, like if I was mirroring from an older mac?
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