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will OS9 work with OS10.3 intialized HD?

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Does anyone know of problems running OS 9 (not Classic) on a Hardrive formatted as OS extended with Journaling (per OS10.3). Running on an 800Mhz G4 Quicksilver 2002.
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As long as OS 9 disk drivers were installed when the disk was formatted it shouldn't have a problem.
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