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Hello, I bought a MacBook Pro yesterday but when I bought it I realize that the computer didn't come with an OS, my question im downloading Mac OS Tiger right now, and I want to know if I need a bootable CD to install the OS, and if I need it, how do I create a bootable Mac OS CD in Windows. Thanks.
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Every Mac you buy comes with OX S preinstalled. If you bought it new there should be two DVDs along with it.

Here are the things you get in the box
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* MacBook Pro
* 85W MagSafe Power Adapter, AC wall plug, and power cord
* Lithium-polymer battery
* Apple Remote
* DVI to VGA adapter
* Install/restore DVDs
* Printed and electronic documentation
If any of them are missing, I suggest you to contact your dealer immediately.
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I bought it used on eBay for 1000 dollars, and it didn't came with any software.
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You should buy the OS X I'm afraid.
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If your computer didn't come with Tiger, you'll need to buy it.

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