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OS X Lion Quick Tip - Creating a Lion Boot Disc

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With digital download becoming the norm for getting applications from Apple, downloading OS X Lion onto three machines that you own, and want to install it on, doesn't make sense, especially at 3.5 GB per download. With this quick tip, see how easy it is to create your own boot disc in about two minutes.



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