Micah R Ledbetter
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Sun Jul 22 11:03:53 CDT 2007
On Jul 22, 2007, at 08:01, John Francini wrote:
> Actually, a correct installation of OS X starts with a Mac OS 9
> install, so that Classic mode can work properly.
You can install Classic after the fact... the only reason to install
it first AFAIK is if you want to also be able to boot directly into
This may be a moot point, though, if the OP uses XPostFacto, which
(please correct me if I'm wrong) requires a Classic install to begin
Speaking of which, I recommend it. Tiger was faster on all the
machines I tried it on, though I didn't try one quite that slow. OS
releases got much, much faster on the same hardware - people who
bought new machines for 10.0 and 10.1 *loved* newer OS releases
because their same machines felt much faster.
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