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Assuming you've checkchecked the partition map per David's suggestion...
Assuming you've checkchecked 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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Editado por: 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?
 
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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Aporte original por: 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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open