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Sunday, February 17, 2008
To change the disk your computer boots from is easy. You can do this right from System Preferences in Mac OS X Leopard. You might want to do this if you want to boot from an external disk or network drive. Follow these steps:
Select System Preferences from the Apple menu at the top left hand corner of the screen.
Select the Startup Disk icon from the System Preferences window.
The Startup Disk Preference Window will popup.
Click the lock at the bottom left of the window.
A window will popup asking you to enter your administrator username and password. Enter your username and password then click the Ok button.
Notice the lock at the bottom left hand corner of the window becomes unlocked.
Select the disk you would like to use as your start up disk from the list across the top of the window.
Click the Restart button to restart the computer and set your new Startup Disk.
Posted by -Administration- at 6:03 PM