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Hi everyone;

I apologize if I post this in the wrong area for I am a new Mac user....converting from PC.

I just purchase a IMac g4 and I'd like to whipe it clean. It's running Leapord 10.5.8 Can someone tell me please where I can get the Disk (s) to do this please?

Any (ok, almost any) responses will be greatly appriciated!!!


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I apologize if I post this in the wrong area for I am a new Mac user....converting from PC.
Moved it for you.

Not sure what being new to Mac has to do with not being able to read forum descriptions...I mean unless you're saying Windows users are illiterate as the excuse.

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We get 10 posts a day with a title of "Helpppp!". An appropriately worded title will draw attention from those able to help with your particular issue.

Try ebay for a copy of Leopard. It's not going to be cheap. You'll be lucky to get one under $100.

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