[muglo] Re: memory

I'm willing to wager dollars to doughnuts (or are they donuts ;) that you 
already have OS X installed on your computer if your computer shipped with 
9.2.2 installed.

Chances are it's version 10.1 (currently 10.3.5 and not a free upgrade from 
10.1) but it ought to be on there (at the very least, you should have OS X 
installer disks). The way you get OS X to boot is by opening up the StartUp 
disk control panel (in OS 9) and selecting OS X from that list and restart. 
To return to OS 9 from OS X, go to the Apple menu (in OS X), selecting 
System Preferences and selecting StartUp disk from the list. Select OS 9 as 
your startup disk and restart ;).

As for your HD size, it'll probably be 10 GB or more I'm guessing (140 MB is 
what you selected as your virtual memory setting). Click on the hard drive 
icon and do a get info. This'll tell you how big your HD is and how much 
space is used by files.

Eric.

>From: Hawk <taylorc547@xxxxxxxxxx>
>Reply-To: muglo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>To: <muglo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: [muglo] Re: memory
>Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2004 20:06:02 -0400
>
>I have 9.2.2 Eric. Installed when I bought it, but can't recall when that
>was.
>   Looks like I have 140 megs of disc space. jim
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