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changing startup disks on startup
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The Dark Half
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Aug 9, 2000, 04:41 PM
is there a way (besides cmd-opt-shift-delete) to change the startup disk on startup?

OS9.04 & G4 350 sawtooth

i could swear there was a key command on startup to do this but i cant find it.

cmd-opt-shift-delete takes forever to find a second OS...
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Aug 9, 2000, 04:56 PM
I think holding down Option key will bring you to a screen where you get to choose where to boot from...
G4/450, T-bird 1.05GHz, iBook 500, iBook 233...4 different machines, 4 different OSes...(9, 2k, X.1, YDL2.2 respectively) PiA to maintain...
The Dark Half
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Aug 9, 2000, 04:57 PM
thank you! =)
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