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I want to install MAC OS 9.2 into classic will this require me to reinstall MAC OS X 10.4 or will MAC OS 9.2 simply be added to my startup disc as an optional OS start up?
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You may want to post this question at:

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It is posted @ Mac-forums.com >Software>Classic Mac OS and Programs but still no answer to the question.
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In what kind of computer do you want to install stuff? We are not wizards, right?
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As stated in my original question my OS is Mac OSX 10.4 tiger.
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So you can't tell an OS (software) from a computer (hardware); but you want to install yourself multiple OS's in your computer? Aren't you demanding too much from yourself?
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