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i was an avid pc user for many years and often relied on hirens cd for suport when something went wrong. Now that i am a mac user, is it possible to make a stripped down leopard disc with all those nice apps for recovering, repairing and detecting?

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i was an avid pc user for many years and often relied on hirens cd for suport when something went wrong. Now that i am a mac user, is it possible to make a stripped down leopard disc with all those nice apps for recovering, repairing and detecting?

thanks


For partitioning, I use gparted live cd (It doesn't respect hybrid GPT/MBR though so you should always have gptsync ready if you dual boot with windows. For anything else, I think the boot-132 CD, a chameleon installer package, and the retail DVD are enough to recover from anything.

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^are you taking about osx86?

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nobody else wants to contribute?





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