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OS 10.5 - Early-2008 Leopard 10.5.2 on a Mid-2007 Macbook?


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Hello folks,

Will Leopard 10.5.2 restore disks for the early 2008 Macbook work on a Mid-2007 Macbook?

I own the copy of the early 2008 Macbook restore disks legitimately, and both Macbooks, and just don't want to risk a failed install.

Thanks for your help,

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No. The disks that ship with a Mac are system specific and are for a single machine only.

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And look for the black coloured full retail install DVD.
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Thanks!!!! You've been very helpful.
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