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Install GarageBand on a Mac without a DVD drive Install
GarageBand can be copied over from a successful install to a Mac without a DVD drive. Just copy the main GarageBand application in the Applications folder, then the GarageBand support files that can be found in /Library -> Application Support to the same locations on the other Mac. Since these are huge files, FireWire target disk mode provides for a much faster transfer (or perhaps, IP over FireWire).
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Install GarageBand on a Mac without a DVD drive
Authored by: Decado on Jan 28, '04 04:58:50PM

I solved it by lending a friends iBook with DVD drive and hooked it up with my eMac via Firewire. Then i made my eMac the startdisk of the iBook and voila: just installed.



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