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installing older versions on OS 10.4.2

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#1 pclafferty



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Posted 16 August 2005 - 09:40 AM

:) anybody having trouble installing 4.x versions on your new iMac g5s with 10.4.2?

I insert 4.x CD and the iMac never even recognizes a CD in there!

do I just dispense with the 4.x versions and install the 6.1 version I have?
seems like a waste of money to leave everything in 4.x behind

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Posted 16 August 2005 - 10:20 AM

As long as you have upgraded your CD-ROMs to the new ones, there is no need to install the old ones. All the old modules are on the newer CDs of that series, with very rare exceptions.

However, old CDs should read OK but the installers only run in Classic, and of course, never use a per 5.7 installer once you have 5.7 or 6 installed.
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