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Do you mean the original system disks for the Macbook? Not sure I have those, will have to check. But I don't think they were for 10.6. I have a Retail Snow Leopard DVD. Is that okay?
 
As to zeroing the drive, what about just using a different HD?
 
And just to reiterate, I did already try to install from the Retail 10.6 disk and, as I described above, the MB started booting from the DVD but then blanked out after about 1 minute (black screen, in a kind of deep sleep, not responding to keys but not shut down either). So I have already tried that.
 
I was hoping for something I could do in the current situation. That is, I've finally managed to get something positive: the MB boots in FW disk mode, and its HD can be used to boot another Mac (andin FW disk mode, which is the current situation I'm in. I've left it in FW mode while waiting to decide what to do. And it also seems that the 10.6.8 install I tried before seems to have completed okay)okay.
I was hoping for something I could do in the current situation. That is, I've finally managed to get something positive: the MB boots in FW disk mode, and its HD can be used to boot another Mac (andin FW disk mode, which is the current situation I'm in. I've left it in FW mode while waiting to decide what to do. And it also seems that the 10.6.8 install I tried before seems to have completed okay)okay.
 
What about cloning my current working 10.6.7 system from the 2.1 Ghz Macbook to the troublesome one?

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原帖由: Matt ,

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Do you mean the original system disks for the Macbook? Not sure I have those, will have to check. But I don't think they were for 10.6. I have a Retail Snow Leopard DVD. Is that okay?

As to zeroing the drive, what about just using a different HD?

And just to reiterate, I did already try to install from the Retail 10.6 disk and, as I described above, the MB started booting from the DVD but then blanked out after about 1 minute (black screen, in a kind of deep sleep, not responding to keys but not shut down either). So I have already tried that.

I was hoping for something I could do in the current situation. That is, I've finally managed to get something positive: the MB boots in FW disk mode, and its HD can be used to boot another Mac (and the 10.6.8 install I tried before seems to have completed okay).

What about cloning my current working 10.6.7 system from the 2.1 Ghz Macbook to the troublesome one?

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