Thank you for your reply.
As you have made it clear that you want to got back to Tiger here is what you are going to need to do to remove the Leopard install.-Removing Mac OS X 10.5 in preparation for reinstalling Leopard*** Use MAC OS X 10.5 LEOPARD DISC for this process
•Insert the Mac OS X Install disc that came with your Mac,
then restart the computer while holding the C key.
• Keep holding the C key until you see the White screen, Grey apple and eventually the Spinning gear.
•When you see the Spinning gear, then release the C key
• Allow your Mac to continue the booting to the CD.
• You should see the language screen which will lead you into the Installer environment
• Once in the Installer environment, from the first window and from the Installer Menu bar, select Utilities
•Now choose Disk Utility
from the Utilities menu. Important: Do not click Continue in the first screen of the
Installer. If you do, you must restart from the disc again to
access Disk Utility.
When Disk Utility opens, select the Macintosh hard drive in the left side window
•Now click the Erase
• Now click the Security Options
button toward bottom of screen.
This will enable a screen that pops up giving you the option to Zero out data (screenshot below) at different levels of secure complete format. You are going to need to do this in order to remove the Leopard install partition that you keep restarting your Macbook Pro to.
•Select the Zero Out
Next, under Volume Format:
select Mac OS X Extended (Journaled)
from the small drop down menu.
* If you look below, you see that the Erase option shows that you have selected
the Zero Out Data option.
Now click Erase
and proceed to allow the Erasing of the hard drive to take place.
This is going to take a while. However once it is done, you will no longer see the progress bar. Once it is done.
Just reply back to me and I will walk thru the process up to the re-installation of Tiger.
I will be watching for your reply. Thanks!