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-Assuming you've check the partition map per David's suggestion...
+Assuming you've checked the partition map per David's suggestion...
According to MacTracker, this iBook came with 10.3 installed, so it might not run 10.2. If you didn't make a a typo in your question, are you sure this installer is compatible with your computer?
If the other iBook you used is a G3, then maybe the 10.2 installer is the one that came with *it*. Which also explains why the 10.2 installer would boot the other iBook.

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Assuming you've check the partition map per David's suggestion...
According to MacTracker, this iBook came with 10.3 installed, so it might not run 10.2. If you didn't make a a typo in your question, are you sure this installer is compatible with your computer?
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+If the other iBook you used is a G3, then maybe the 10.2 installer is the one that came with *it*. Which also explains why the 10.2 installer would boot the other iBook.

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原帖由: colleenthompson ,

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Assuming you've check the partition map per David's suggestion...

According to MacTracker, this iBook came with 10.3 installed, so it might not run 10.2. If you didn't make a a typo in your question, are you sure this installer is compatible with your computer?

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