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Old 03-24-2009, 11:56 AM
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Using BookPro clone-> install on iMac.

I can't find exactly what I need with the search function, so i hope someone can help.

I have a Dec.2008 Core2Duo BookPro, running 10.5.6.
I have a Feb.2007 Core2Duo iMac, and a Leopard Install disk bought in 2008.
My external drive is WesternDigital 'My Passport Studio'. (Firewire)

I want to use a clone of the newer BookPro, to be installed on my older iMac. I had my iMAc Hard Drive replaced by Apple, and they installed Leopard from their own disc. Their install seems to be a little messed up. The user Guides file is missing, and some other files are in places that differ from my BookPro. I want my iMac to be more synchronized with my BookPro.
Is it possible to use the BookPro clone on my iMac? If so, some guidance would be appreciated.

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