actually, if you don't plug in your notebook, you will be told to do so or at least that is how it has been with every other os install I have done.
On Aug 27, 2009, at 1:18 PM, Sara wrote:Hi all. David might have already said this, but thought I'd say it because I can't remember. If you're installing sl on a notebook computer, make sure you plug it in while installing just to make absolutely sure you don't run out of batteries! So for desktops you'd have your keyboard, mouse, and power cord plugged in, and for laptops, just the power cord and use the built-in keyboard and trackpad. Also make sure you have written down in braille on paper or in a text file somewhere you can get at them easily all your product serial numbers in case registration codes need to get re-entered.
Hope this helps. Sara