Install Leopard With An External Hard Drive

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If you have an external hard drive and made an image of leopard copy, but
don't have any dual layered disks lying around, you can always use an
external hard drive to install Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. This is incredibly
easy, and works with both USB and Firewire hard drives:

1. Plug in your external hard drive

2. Open up Disk Utility

3. Click on the name of your external harddrive

4. Click on the "Restore" tab

5. In the "Source" field, select the image file (such as leopard.dmg) from
wherever it is on your hard drive

6. In the "Destination" field, drag your external hard drive from the Disk
Utility drive list on the left onto this field. Of course, if it's only a
partition on the external drive that you want to use, drag only the

Note: anything on the partition will be erased and replaced with the
installation files for Leopard. Therefore, it is best to make a partition on
the external hard drive which has about 8 gigabytes. Use this partition as
the destination so that everything else on the drive remains unchanged.

7. Click on restore. This may take awhile.

8. Once its done, open up System Preferences

9. Click on Startup Disk

10. Select the external hard drive (or partition in it) with the Leopard

11. Click Restart. The leopard installation will begin from the external
hard drive. This installation is identical to installing leopard with

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