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Can anyone help me understand something. I'm using OS X 10.3.6, i want to know if can remove most or all of 9.2.2 with out hurting my current OS X. I'd like to make room on my disk.

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Hello,

It depends on what you are using for software base. If you have eliminated *ALL* of your OS 9 materials, and you are certain that you will not need them tomorrow, then you may remove those 9.2.2 materials. I would keep the System Folder intact, however, to minimize restoration time.

Remember that an OS 9 System folder holds all the cards in the deck... you can migrate it off to a CD-ROM and bring it back if you needed to.

If you really have a space crunch problem, perhaps it is time for a new larger drive, or to migrate some of those things that you don't use and won't use anymore. Static files, such as music, may be migrated off to CD/DVD Roms if you need the space.

Just be sure to make backups of whatever you remove. You never know when you will need them again.

Christian

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