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Making an installer CD from a floppy and a OSX dupication question
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DNA man
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Jan 2, 2003, 10:55 AM
There are a couple of things I'm trying to do here.

The first is make a bootable installation CD of software that came originally on 4 floppy discs. I'm tired of borrowing a 3.5" drive and just want to put them on CD so that I can install the software from CD.
How do I do this?

Kinda related to my first question, I upgraded to 10.2 at Christmas. Very happy with it. However, I'm going to be doing a lot of travelling this year but I don't want to take the original software installation disks. How can I copy the OSX CDs so that I have my back-ups with me when I travel but don't need to worry about losing my originals.

Thanks in advance guys. Any input welcomed.
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