04-29-2005, 12:32 PM #1GarGuestUse powerbook tiger cds to update
hypothetically of course, could i use the cds i get with my new powerbook to upgrade my moms g4 ibook? would the install include an option to keep all the data on the hd? and just install the os
04-29-2005, 12:46 PM #2
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I can not say for sure. I have read in some place, that you can not and in other places you can. The major problem here is an ethics situation. You have a one user license of the software that will come with your powerbook and you will be using that license, when you use your powerbook. As for the original question, I believe that Apple sent out a specific set of disks per hardware. The disks may work on the laptop but not on G5 line.
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