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OS 10.4 - Restore CD???


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Hello,

I have a rather silly question.....When I purchased my ex-demo iMac I received the 2 Grey coloured OSX discs and that was it....should any other discs have come with my iMac?? I have been reading about a restore cd, is this included in these two discs I have sitting here or is this on another cd?

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From how you describe it... it certainly sounds like those are your restore cds.

What does the printing on the cd say?
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Hello,

It says iMac Mac OS X Install disc 1 & 2. I have been reading about people mentioning on using a restore cd and this made me wonder as to whether or not I have one if I happen to run into any such problems. I'm a fairly new Mac user and the last thing I'd want to find out is that I don't have any way of restoring my system in the event of a problem occurring. The manual that came with it is very brief and does not cover such a topic.

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Hello,

It says iMac Mac OS X Install disc 1 & 2. I have been reading about people mentioning on using a restore cd and this made me wonder as to whether or not I have one if I happen to run into any such problems. I'm a fairly new Mac user and the last thing I'd want to find out is that I don't have any way of restoring my system in the event of a problem occurring. The manual that came with it is very brief and does not cover such a topic.

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your Mac osx install disc 1 & 2 are the same thing as a restore cd.. no worrys.


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