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dear mac people,

I've been around macs for a while and am pretty useful with them...but im stumped on a problem....

I have four macs, Macbook pro, two intel imacs, and an old G4 Power book. my G4 is what i use for travelling (since i just got the mac book) and I downloaded the front row enabler yet made a fatal mistake and now my mac gets past the boot up but now just gets stuck at the blue screen. I want to go to the Archive and Install feature, but im not sure what disc to do it on. Its currently running on 10.4.8, but the disc that I have for 10.4.8 says Power Mac G5 (the computer I run at work)..Can I archive and install on my G4 with thiss disc...and what are the possible problems that I will face. Moreover, if not where can I get the right disc to re-install? A

Any Help appreciated...

Gandhijr
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