The kinky Jaguar box sits next to me, and I am not sure. I have read that a fresh install will help to prevent problems, but I would like to know some details about it.Originally posted by mmmdreg
I will be...
installing 10.2 will not mess with your 9.2.2 unless you decide to reformat your drive..Originally posted by ShaolinMiddleFinger
Here's my problem....maybe you guys have the answer.
When I bought my iBook, it had both OS 9 and OS X. I have both updated to the current status...except for OS X.2. My question is....can I clean install OS X.2 and still have my OS 9. My reason for keeping OS 9 is because certain applications still are not OS X native. I've heard I could just upgrade it but I also heard that it's better to do the clean install...I want both OS 9.2.2 and OS X.2....is this possible and if so, how can I do it?
Don't mind my stupidity but I thought you had to reformat your HD in order to do a clean install?Originally posted by firewire2001
installing 10.2 will not mess with your 9.2.2 unless you decide to reformat your drive..
just doing a clean install wont cause any troubles with 9...have fun with jag!
(w00t! my 600th post!)
Apple's clean install option has nothing to do with formatting your hard drive. It renames the "System" folder similar to what it did in Mac OS 7.x, 8.x, 9.x.Originally posted by ShaolinMiddleFinger
Don't mind my stupidity but I thought you had to reformat your HD in order to do a clean install?