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    hey, it turns out that users dont need a preinstalled 10.5 on their hdd, people who already got snow leopard (germany) reported it on this german Mac Blog (fscklog.com)


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    Gina Trapani

    Yes, you’re right–post corrected. Sorry about the confusion!

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    The Leopard upgrade disc just checks for an existing 10.4+ installation when you boot from the disk, but you can still run Disk Utility to erase and/or repartition the drive before installation. I’d assume that the Snow Leopard upgrade will work similarly.

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    It may be *technically* possible to install of this $29 DVD since they just priced the same CD differently. But the reason they did so was because they have an expectation that people will abide by the license agreements – binding contracts. I find it amazing that Apple has put such trust in people and in the honor code to do such a thing, and I really wish it was made more clear that this is the case.

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