Upgrading a Mac

  dan1611 13:18 03 Jan 11
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Hi
Just wanted to know if I can install the new Snow Leopard on a Powerbook G4 12.1 1.33 GHz. It is currently running

  bremner 14:11 03 Jan 11

Snow Leopard only runs on Intel based Macs.

click here

  dan1611 15:52 03 Jan 11

I'm not doubting your advise for one minute, but the person selling the Snow Leopard has said it's compatible? So I'm a little confused.

  bremner 15:57 03 Jan 11

He is does not know what he is talking about.

click here

Look to the left under General Requirements

"Mac computer with an Intel processor"

  Woolwell 15:59 03 Jan 11

Snow Leopard min requirements intel based click here

  Jameslayer 16:00 03 Jan 11

I'm not sure if Bremmer means it wont work or you just need to make sure that the mac you have currently is a intel based system.

  Jameslayer 16:01 03 Jan 11

lol ignore my post took me so long to reply

  bremner 16:02 03 Jan 11

dan1611 has a G4 PowerPC Mac not an Intel based Mac.

Smnow Leopard will not run on a PowerPC.

dan1611 just out of interest what shop was it that told you it would work

  Woolwell 16:14 03 Jan 11

E-Bay?

  dan1611 16:22 03 Jan 11

That got you all posting. Th eseller is on e..y auction site. I must confess to still being a little dense on this subject, I've looked at the link suggested, just to clarify so would we need a box set, because it would include all the other updates to iLife, garageband etc, which wouldn't be on the Mac OS X v10.6.3 Snow Leopard?

Thanks again. Also how much approx any links would be great.

  Woolwell 16:30 03 Jan 11

Contrary to what the seller has told you Snow Leopard will not work in your system. See bremner's 16:02 post.

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