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OS 10.4 - OS10.4 Tiger Backup


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I have an iBook G4 and it came with 2 OS tiger cds and I would like to back them up. Does anyone know how I can do this on a pc or mac? Is there a software out there that will backup the 2 cds and then burn them on a disc for the mac OS? Im new to mac so any and all help will go really far.
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ok I made an image of it using disk utility but when i try to burn the dvd r disc i use wont work. Gives me not enough space on disc error . What do I do?
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