Loc: Yuba City, California
I'm not really interested in an "upgrade-type" disc that only works if you already have a full install of Tiger on the drive. I'll want the complete package.<br><br>I'm sure will find some uses and ways to "push the envelope" !!<br><br>Oh, I'll be pushing it alright. In fact, my intent is to try and "break" it, if you know what I mean? It will remain on 24/7 running high-def movie trailers, rendering 3D, and whatnot, for the next fourteen days.<br><br>Thank you DLC, and I will enjoy the moment and you too can enjoy the fruits of my labor.<br><br><br>M i c h a e l (OFI)
"I'm not really interested in an "upgrade-type" disc ...... I'll want the complete package."<br><br>WHAT !!? <br><br><br>well I can't argue with that, good point. <br><br>yeah those "upgrade" disks are like XXXs on a boar hog !!<br>By upgrade I really meant a "free copy", bad choice of words on my part. I'd want to archive my disc and do a full install... not some "add-on". Just avoids future problems.<br><br>David (OFI)
If events pan out properly, I should have a virtual duplicate to my MDD by the time Leopard is in my hands. I'll immediately install the OS and all my apps and watch for fireworks. Of course, if history indicates anything, Leopard won't arrive in Canuckistan until after it's been tamed in the U.S.<br><br>- alec -
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>WHAT are you doing to prepare ??<p><hr></blockquote><p>I'll clone my HD, and I may actually do an Archive and Install. It's been over 5 years since I wiped the system on this MDD.<br><br>The video card is upgraded already and the RAM is maxed, and a terabyte internal is enough drive space I think.<br><br>Maybe get a new MacBook too. It's got to the point where my MDD does fine for my daily usage, but I need a machine that can boot the Intels. I can't go Target Disk mode and boot an Intel off of my PPC's to run diagnostics.<br><br>------> JD's Trivia game<br><br>------> MCF-MM Trivia game
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