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Can I install10.6 to a clean drive...
Im running 10.5 on my main drive on a Mac Pro. I dont want to changeanything.
However, I need 10.6 to run Bootcamp and 3DS Max. Id like to set this up on a fresh disk and not change my primary disk. Is the 'update disk' able to do this....
- Asked by Glenn T from Richmond
- Dec 31, 2010
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Can I buy the 10.6 Family pack and use it to upgrade one macbook running 10.5 and one macbook pro running 10.4?
I have a old fairly broken down Macbook Pro that was a seriously early revision, like 13 weeks out of the factory. It is running the latest version of Tiger (10.4.11? I can't remember). I also have a newer Macbook running 10.5.8.
My plan is to use the old MBP with a external harddrive hooked up to a tv to play my movies. I'm fairly stubborn and want to do this using dvdpedia and frontrow but the plugin will not work under 10.4, only 10.5 or 10.6.
So I was wondering if I could purchase the Snow Leopard family pack and upgrade BOTH my computers? I know in the description it says to upgrade from Tiger I need the box set edition but I do not need any of the iApps, in fact I would delete them straight away so no way am I paying $NZ349 for it. This is probably more than the computer is worth seeing as the airport card, battery and dvd drive do not work.
Sorry if this is overly complicated but I am a student and I don't want to commit my money if there is no hope of achieving what I want! If anyone has some answers or clarification for me that would be amazing :)
- Asked by Frances R from Dunedin
- Feb 7, 2010
- Flag as inappropriate (Can I buy the 10.6 Family pack and use it to upgrade one macbook running 10.5 and one macbook pro running 10.4?)
I am running 10.5.8 on a MACBOOK AIR and want to erase everything and upgrade to 10.6.
Can I do this successfully using an iMac on my network to run the DVD, as the Air does not have an optical drive.
Early model Air; 1.6 GHz Intel Core Duo; 2 GB 687 MHz DDR2 SDRAM.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
- Asked by Laurence S from Columbus
- Apr 10, 2013
- Flag as inappropriate (I am running 10.5.8 on a MACBOOK AIR and want to erase everything and upgrade to 10.6.)
I'm confused. Have a Mac OS X 10.5.8. want to upgrade to 10.6 BUT it says I have to running Leopard. I don't see that anywhere on my MAC
I am not very computer software savvy - so how do I know if I even have the basic Leopard or Lion or whatever animal it is that you need to even begin to upgrade to 10/6 or better?
- Asked by Mark M from Lakeland
- Jul 18, 2012
- Flag as inappropriate (I'm confused. Have a Mac OS X 10.5.8. want to upgrade to 10.6 BUT it says I have to running Leopard. I don't see that anywhere on my MAC)
I have OS X 10.6.6 but need 10.8.8 or higher for software I want to run. How best to upgrade?
Mac used to run Adobe Lightroom 2, but to tie in with installation of new hard drive, I now want to install Lightroom 4. Thanks.
- Asked by Lisa L from Eaglemont
- Mar 10, 2013
- Flag as inappropriate (I have OS X 10.6.6 but need 10.8.8 or higher for software I want to run. How best to upgrade?)
i have intel based mac and i formatted the hard drive to ntfs i dont have the osx dvd do i need to buy full version of 10.6 or upgrade version
intel based mac running win 7 and i want to go back to snow leopard i dont have the instllation dvd any more do i need the full dvd instllation or the upgrade
I'm currently running Mac OS X 10.5.8 on my MacBook. I'm actually trying to install the World of Warcraft but I can't cause my macbook version is too old. I need 10.7.3 or newer. Which version should I upgrade to to play this game? Am I supposed to buy 10.6 snow leopard then upgrade to maverick or some other version to play this game? I don't have a mac app store I can't download maverick.
Mac OS X 10.5.8
Processor: 2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
Memory: 2GB 1067 MHz DDR3
- Asked by Man Hei L from Edmonton
- Jan 14, 2014
- Flag as inappropriate (10.5.8 upgrade)
I have OS X 10.5.8, also Windows Vista running under Bootcamp. If I upgrade to 10.6, what happens to Bootcamp and the Windows files?
Bootcamp when upgrading to 10.6
Can i run OSX 10.6 with Rosetta on G4 PPC?
i have a g4 MDD with )SX 10.5 on it and will upgrade to OSX 10.6
As i know is that possible on the G5 PPC by use of Rosetta. There is also a Intel G5 but im talking about the G4 Power PC
I also have a iMac G4,and just ordered a motherboard with Intel next generation to put it in my G3,i also like to put OSX 10.6 on
- Asked by Fred K
- Dec 7, 2010
- Flag as inappropriate (Can i run OSX 10.6 with Rosetta on G4 PPC?)
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I am running a windows vista instance with bootcamp on a partition that was made by boot camp.. will upgrading to 10.6 wipe my windows partition?
Also will the data on the apple partition be preserved or erased when I upgrade to 10.6.
Can I keep my itunes playlists if i upgrade to 10.6 from 10.5?
I ask becuase the upgarde does not automatically run as in the past. Instead it takes me to the website to download like I never had it. I have a few hundred playlists and it stinks when you cannot mass import the playlist back into your library. I had to import them one at a time.
- Asked by Greg G from Fort Lauderdale
- Mar 31, 2012
- Flag as inappropriate (Can I keep my itunes playlists if i upgrade to 10.6 from 10.5?)
lost my 10.5 discs for bootcamp drivers.
so i'm running 10.5 atm i wanna put windows or either linux on it using bootcamp. problem is i don't have my discs anymore so . . . yea. . . trouble.
but i thought i would buy the 10.6 upgrade version if that disc had all the drivers on it.
and is it a full install disc on its own?
- Asked by Maarten S from Tildonk
- Feb 17, 2010
- Flag as inappropriate (lost my 10.5 discs for bootcamp drivers.)
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I'm running mac os x 10.5.8 and it seem to be slow,dose mac os x 10.6 make it run faster?
I'm using Mac os x 10.5.8 for a long time but it start to become slow.
will it become faster if i upgrade it to 10.6??
- Asked by Muang C from Bangkok
- May 11, 2012
- Flag as inappropriate (I'm running mac os x 10.5.8 and it seem to be slow,dose mac os x 10.6 make it run faster?)
im running OS X version 10.5.8. can i upgrade directly to OSX Lion? Or do i have to buy / download 10.6 Snow Leopard, then buy OSX Lion? Cheers.
- Asked by David W from Sydney
- Nov 16, 2011
- Flag as inappropriate (im running OS X version 10.5.8. can i upgrade directly to OSX Lion? Or do i have to buy / download 10.6 Snow Leopard, then buy OSX Lion? Cheers.)
upgrade from 10.4 to 10.6
I have a macbook Core 2 Duo 2.0Gz 13" laptop with MAC OS X v.10.4 Tiger. I want to upgrade to 10.6.
Can you please tell me what I need to do. The only upgrade I have been able to find on the Apple website requires I have 10.5 installed.
Can you please assist me.
- Asked by Edward C from Pembroke Pines
- Feb 15, 2011
- Flag as inappropriate (upgrade from 10.4 to 10.6)
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Need to know if I can upgrade to Snow Leopard?
Want to know about if I can upgrade to the 10.6? Here are the specs of my system.
Processor Type: PowerPC G5
IMac Processor Speed (per Core): 1.8 GHz
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.5, Leopard Memory (RAM): 1 GB
Hard Drive Capacity: 500 GB
Please let me know?
- Asked by Dallas J
- Feb 1, 2010
- Flag as inappropriate (Need to know if I can upgrade to Snow Leopard?)
switching from 10.4 to 10.5 or 6
i'm running 10.4 software and would like to find and install 10.5 or 10.6, But don't need the whole "Snow leopard" pkg. can i just purchase this through apple or do i have to find an outside source to get my Mac upgraded?
- Asked by Mary J from Jacksonville
- Nov 26, 2009
- Flag as inappropriate (switching from 10.4 to 10.5 or 6)
I have a macbook, 2 GHz intel core 2 duo running 10.4.11, how can I find out what kind of formating Hard Drive do I have? (Mac OS extended or GUID?)
It was purchased in November 2006 as new and I would like to upgrade to Snow Leopard 10.6
- Asked by Eduardo C from Los Angeles
- Nov 14, 2010
- Flag as inappropriate (I have a macbook, 2 GHz intel core 2 duo running 10.4.11, how can I find out what kind of formating Hard Drive do I have? (Mac OS extended or GUID?))