Ripping Leopard install disc via Remote Disc

Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by dudup, Jun 2, 2008.

  1. dudup macrumors regular

    dudup

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    #1
    Hi, folks!

    Well, my question is very simple: I have a MBA and this other laptop from work, a crappy HP which is old as hell.

    I'm planning to use Remote Disc to reinstall my Leopard, since the upgrade to 10.5.3 really screwed things here, and I can't figure out why.

    Point is: instead of running all Leopard installation thru Remote Disc, I would prefer to share Leopard disc 1 over Remote Disc and restore it to a partition on my external HD, making a clone of it, which would install *much* faster.

    Has anyone tried anything like this? There's any Windows program which allows me to rip a Mac DVD to a Mac partition?
     
  2. alphaod macrumors Core

    alphaod

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    The only option I'm aware of is to ripped it to any image; transfer the the image to a Mac and then use Disk Utility to restore to a HDD; and then use the HDD copy of the disk.
     
  3. dudup thread starter macrumors regular

    dudup

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    Hey, that's a very good idea!

    Any suggestions on which format to use?
     

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