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I just got a g4 Dual 1.25 and i want to install os 10.5 on it. i also want to install 10.5 on my laptop.....Can i use just one disk to do that...Or no.
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I just got a g4 Dual 1.25 and i want to install os 10.5 on it. i also want to install 10.5 on my laptop.....Can i use just one disk to do that...Or no.
No, you can't use just one disc... unless you purchase the Family Pack.

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