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OS 10.3 - Panther on G3 B/W tower?


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I just have a quick question, and if you know the answer, please tell me- Can you put Mac OS X Panther 10.3 on a PowerMac Blue and White G3 Tower? I'm pretty much sure it does, but I just wanted to make sure. Thank you.
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I know this seems like an OS question but i need to know to see if it will run on MY BLANK HARD DRIVE G3 TOWER. thankies.
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i'd say it depends on which model of B&W you have, but then again, i ran tiger on my old one, so i'd say that if you have a copy of panther, yes, it will work.

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