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Hey everyone. I'm getting ready to install Leopard. But I have a question...

Would it be possible for me to install Leopard on my Mac HD, without losing ANYTHING (apps, files, etc), and then, after just checking Leopard out a bit, just re-install Tiger, all the same, without losing anything?

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Yeah, Upgrade Tiger, Then When Ure done with leopard, Do an archive and install in tiger and tell it to preserve users apps and net settings!


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It's that simple, and I won't lose a thing?

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someone please help!!! i just converted back to tiger, and everything is gone!!! please help!

All my applications where archived, but none of my files were!! Help me please! And, one of my users was deleted. Is there anything I can do?

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Yes, go to your hard drive and to the folder Previous systems" Then double click previous system 1 and look for all youre stuff in there.

You probaly didnt also check preservve users and network settings :blink:





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