Can I dual boot Leopard and Tiger on a Mac Pro?

parkie

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I was wondering if it's possible to install two versions of OS-X on two separate hard drives on my mac pro. I used to do this with windows xp. How would I go about it. It would be very useful for me to have Leopard and Tiger on my mac as some stuff isn't working at the moment due to the leopard upgrade.

hope you can help

P
 

wakerider017

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I was wondering if it's possible to install two versions of OS-X on two separate hard drives on my mac pro. I used to do this with windows xp. How would I go about it. It would be very useful for me to have Leopard and Tiger on my mac as some stuff isn't working at the moment due to the leopard upgrade.

hope you can help

P
Oh ya definitely man!

When installing OS X just select the volume you want to install it on. You can even install OS X multiple times on the same drive.
 

ivnj

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Once it is installed just goto System Preferences and Startup Disk.
 

benlee

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I installed Leopard and Tiger on the same drive last night.
Painless after I figured out how to partition it.
 

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