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OS 10.3 - Lost my mac os x 10.3 disks, what does applecare ask when you order replacements??


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Hey,

Im sure this thread doesnt go here, but oh well.

I bought an imac g3 off of ebay, and i upgraded it to panther,
but now i need to reinstall and i lost my disks,

and what im wondering is when you call applecare to get replacements,


do you have to give them any details?? if so, what??
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they will ask you for the computer serial number. they will ask you why you want them.. lost/stolen etc.. they will then ask you for your personal info, name,address,city,state etc. then they will want a credit card so they can bill you for the S&H and the disc(s). then you will be set.


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