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using someone else's operating system? - May 14th 2009, 02:37 PM

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I have a white MacBook, my family has the new aluminum MacBook. We don't have the Family Pack thing of the Leopard operating system, but I've heard that technically (as opposed to legally), I can upload Leopard onto my MacBook. Anyone know??
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Re: using someone else's operating system? - May 16th 2009, 08:35 AM

You just need to put in your restore DVD into your macbook and restart, it will load up an installer and install the white macbook SMBios for Leopard (aswell as leopard itself). Hope this helped!
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