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    Default OS X Leopard Install DVD 10.5

    Hello together

    I ve tried to burn a copy of an leo retail disk, now i ve got 3 disks with different sizes.
    Could me someone please tell how large the original apple dvd is, or wichone of these disk is the right one (all burned with the same .dmg file in different ways).

    Thx for your help

    disk 1:
    File System: UDF
    Size: 7.16GB
    ContainingFiles (in Windows Explorer) : 19

    disk 2:
    Filesystem: HFS+
    Size: 7.07GB
    Containing files (in Windows Explorer) : 20

    disk3:
    Filesystem: HFS+
    Size: 7.11GB
    Containing files (in Windows Explorer) : 23



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    Nobody knows that???
    Come on someone must have an original OS X 10.5 retail dvd, please take a look at it and tell me wich size it are, thx...

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    Wtf, what version do you have? did you compare in torrent sites? I have 10.5.7 at home, I can check in like 2 hours, btw how did you burn those?

    Update: did you try to boot into Leopard?
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    hi thx for your post.

    Two of these disks (disk1, disk2) are burned on my ideneb installation with the finder,
    the other one I had burned with transmac on windows.
    The problem is I don't know wich version exactlly it is.
    The original file I've downloaded is a packed dmg with 6.32GB named "OS_X_10_5_UBERAMD".
    I tried to boot all of these copies with the 132 boot cd without success, disk3 can't be found from the bootloader the others crashed with an kernel error.
    So I don't know if the problem is the os x dvd or the 132 boot cd.
    Can I found out wich version I have on the os x install dvd?
    THX

 

 

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