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Discussion in 'Mac Help/Tips' started by GyroFX, May 26, 2002.
Is the instal of 10.2 over the existing OS safe?...just like installing 9.1 over 9??? thanx
It's just as safe, as long as you're sure that your 10.2 is safe (not bootleg)
well.. id like to make a correction...
it is safe, however.. its usually not a good idea becsuse YOU WILL NOT be able to install the final version of 10.2 over your beta of 10.2, and it is not a good idea to install 10.2 if you use your computer for important stuff, cause its buggy...
i would be against installing 10.2 over your existing install. i would create a new partition or use an extrernal drive.
install it on an old computer
thats what I did.....is it the WWDC version?
I almost installed it
.. but didnt due to that no upgrade to 10.2 final thing. I have some configurations on my Mac that i dont really want to set up again if I dont have to. (LotisNotes and VPN stuff). Im glad I actuly read the fine print before I hit install.
You can still upgrade to 10.2 final...just not directly.
All it takes is a little process I like to call "reformatting your hard drive".