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Hey guys.

Well, from doing some research I have realized that I am an idiot and bought the grey Leopard disks on ebay. They do not work with my computer, but the question I have is: Is there a website that I can use to figure out what Mac these disks go to? I'd like to know before selling them, so I don't end up burning the next guy like I got burned. The model numbers on the disks are 2Z691-6204-A and 2Z691-6195-A. Any help will be really appreciated.
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Advertise them as system disc for a MacBook Air:-

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Yeah, I came across that post also, but I also came across this one too

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A little confusing.
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Well, I called Applecare and they said that the disks are for a Mac Mini 2007, or an Imac 2007, so I'm guessing they are for intel processors. Still confused, but I assume they are correct. If anyone knows anything different, I'd still appreciate the help. Otherwise they will soon be for sale. Thanks again.
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