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Hey guys got a quick question, I just got a new laptop which had the leopard upgrade. Something got hosed and I can't login (tried the password reset) anyhow. To do a fresh install do i need to install with the two discs, then on to leopard, or can I wipe and install with the leopard "drop in" disc and still have all the goodies that shipped originally?

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