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Old 12-07-2010, 01:23 AM
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Will Snow Leopard reinstall on MBA strip out languages?

I have a new MBA which I am using SuperDuper to back up to a disk image over my network. After two years of disk image backups with various computers, I am finding this is truly the way to go for not so critical machines that have to be up and running every minute of the day.

To the point and a bit off topic, I was hoping someone could tell me if I plopped in my USB Snow Leopard install disc and reinstalled the OS using the customize button to strip out everything but fonts, would this save me space or would the extra stuff remain since it shipped with it in it. I am not sure if they installer removes that stuff or just merges.

Anyone know?

Thanks in advance!
QC i7 iMac and unibody MB 13" Aluminum armed with SuperDuper!
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