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How to transfer Mac O s X On To Another Mac


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Hi, I have an powermac g3 with mac os x tiger installed and an imac g3 with mac os x 10.0 installed. I would like to copy mac os x tiger onto my imac g3 so that my imac g3 got mac os x tiger on it.

I DO NOT HAVE ANY ORIGINAL MAC OS X INSTALL DISCS

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Then you need to get a disc. One license, one computer - unless you get the family pack. We're not going to assist, what is in essence, pirating.

If you would like a great free OS, am sure there are many flavors of Linux out that would run admirably on that old machine.

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