#3525 - 03/27/0203:29 PMRe: How to uninstall OS X?
It's a pain, unless OS X is on a separate partition. Then you just trash it, and start over. In 9 there will be some residual files (Classic, Classic Support, Classic UI, for example) but these can be ignored. If OS X is on the same partition, you'd be better off to back up OS 9, wipe your disk, and reformat with two partitions, one for X and one for 9. Otherwise you have to make all the OS X invisible files visible, then search out and manually delete them. <br><br>
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