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    I am going to be ordering the mbp 17" so I am thinking about installing leopard on my computer right now so I can start configuring it and getting my apps on it. Has anyone tried using the migrate utility in mac with doing this, if so are there any problems I should know about?

    Also, even if it works just fine, am I just gonna wast more time than its worth?
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    Well I just did it once but hackint0sh to hackint0sh I guess it will work
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    Thx for the reply.
    Was this from the same version (exact same) of hackintosh or 2 a different version?
    And I guess seeing that it atleast works is some hope. I guess the worst case senearo is I do it manually... again.
    3-4 weeks is 2 long :'(

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    Actually was 10.5.2 to 10.5.5
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    you shouldnt have a problem.....actually what you could do is just put your leopard disk into your MBP and go to utilities and then to restore from backup
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