[macvoiceover] Re: Installing the new cat

lol now I am confused. someone told me to hold down C. would I have to do this with your method?


On Aug 24, 2009, at 9:52 PM, David Poehlman wrote:

just put the disc in, click install macosx and follow the prompts. the system will restart, you will be performing an upgrade, when the disc stopps whirring, press enter to choose english as your language and then press either command-f5 if working with a full keyboard or fn-command-f5 if working with a notebook keyboard and vo will talk and you can go from there. Note, you may hav to turn your volume up and be sure not to have anything plugged in but the power chord.


On Aug 24, 2009, at 3:59 PM, Marie Howarth wrote:

I was wondering, as I'm sure everyone's either preordered or is going to pre-order the next big cat, how easy it will be to install with no sighted assistance. would someone maybe be so kind to possibly write a guide. I want to be able to do this but I'm a little apprhensive. obviously never installed an OS before. a little daunting to say the least.
:)


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