As the title indicates-is there any way-short of repartitioning the drive-to install OS 9 drivers on a disk where they are not currently present? I just transplanted a new hard drive into my TiBook, and decided to keep the Leopard install presently on it rather than cloning what was on the old Ti disk(there was nothing of value there, where by contrast the HDD that I put in it had some decent programs and other good files). The only problem is that the new HDD came out of a computer that did natively boot into OS 9, and whoever set it up didn't bother to install the OS 9 drivers. Now that the drive is in a computer that can boot into OS 9, I'd like to install OS 9 and do so without wiping the drive. I do not have a bootable OS 9 disk for this computer-it requires a "special" version of 9.2.2, and the only way I know to get it on there without doing a clean install is by drag and drop. And, on a cursorily related note, I sort of semi-bricked a Cube a few weeks back by attempting a drag-and-drop OS 9 install without realizing that it didn't have the OS 9 drivers installed(Target Disk Mode saved me there). I'd appreciate any guidance anyone could give me on this. By the way, going to a 7200rpm drive has made a world of difference in how responsive and useable my 867mhz TiBook is.