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I'm looking to buy the Mac OS X 10.2 Jaguar software on ebay, but I'm a bit confused as to the actual contents of the package. Both claim to be the original full install package but the contents slightly differ from one another. I'm purchasing a new powerbook g4 soon but am buying the OS X 10.2 Jaguar from ebay to simply install on an older iMac I will be giving to my gf.

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This first picture shows 3 cds while the second picture only shows 2. My question is which one is actually the one with the complete contents that are provided when you purchase the retail boxed OS X 10.2 Jaguar Full Install software?
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I think in my box there were three disks. One for X and two for the development option. I can not seem to find my disk at this time.

Looks like it is time to clean up my office.

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I think in my box there were three disks. One for X and two for the development option. I can not seem to find my disk at this time.

Looks like it is time to clean up my office.
Yeah same here, Im pretty sure I have three disks.. somewhere around
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Also, the first picture (on the left) doesn't have the apple proof of purchase; is that weird? I mean, doesn't it always come with the retail box? (It was shipped directly from Apple)
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I think in my box there were three disks. One for X and two for the development option. I can not seem to find my disk at this time.

Looks like it is time to clean up my office.
close.... there are 3 disks:

OS X.2 install
OS X.2 apps/drivers/extras
OS x.2 Developer apps

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