How Can I Boot to Leopard Disk?

Discussion in 'macOS' started by Habusho, Oct 30, 2008.

  1. Habusho macrumors 6502

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    Ok, so I'm about to have my MBP delivered. I was wondering, to save time, how I could directly boot into the Leopard install disk. I like to customize my Leopard installation and not waste time with registering etc.
     
  2. gpzere macrumors newbie

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    Do you mean, you want to do a fresh install right away and not worry about the initial setup they give you? If so, just pop the disc in, and hold C right when you turn the computer on. But make sure you hold down C before you see the apple logo. But just a little for-warning, if you are booting off the disc's they supplied, they contain all the same software that apple preloaded.
     
  3. JNB macrumors 604

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    And you'll still be presented with all the "first boot" process as well.

    Nothing wrong with a clean install, you can eliminate a lot of stuff that will be unnecessary, like language packs, printer drivers, etc., and save gigs of space. As far as the registration & new user setup stuff, it'll always be part of the initial startup process, whether out of the box or as a result of a reinstall.
     
  4. Habusho thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Thx for the help. Yeah I just wanted to save the 5minutes or so it takes to register when booting from the hard disk the first time. I wanted to eliminate all the extra stuff that I don't need from the pre-loaded installation like the language packs, drivers etc.
     

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