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OS 10.4 - How can I startup with the install disk?


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I ran disk utility and it has reported the volume needs to be repaired. I need to startup my mac with the install disk but i am not sure how to do so. Would someone please help me? Thank you.
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Insert your disk and hold "c" after the start up sound. I believe that that will let you boot to the disk.

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I tryed that. Inserted the disk restarted and pressed the c button. A screen came up asking what language would I like to choose. Am I going the right path?
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I tryed that. Inserted the disk restarted and pressed the c button. A screen came up asking what language would I like to choose. Am I going the right path?
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How come when i click next after the language thing it then starts "preparing for installation." Am i missing something? I just want to do a minor repair
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