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I have a macbook, but I do not know what version it is. Here is the serial number: 4H625070WE8

Hi Kaiti, the following is from the Apple website:
Finding the version and build number To find the build number of the version of OS X you have installed, use these steps:
  1. From the Apple menu, choose About This Mac. The version number of OS X you're using appears directly below the words "OS X."
  2. Click the version number to see the specific build number of OS X you are using.
Website link --> Finding the OS version and build information on your Mac
You can also find more detailed information about your Mac from "System Information" this Apple website shows how to access "System Information" --> OS About System Information and System Profiler
trust this helps, regards Alan

Mar 03, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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How do I look up model number for apple serial number?

The Serial Number Is On The Bottom In Small Type Last Line Of Text.

You Can also Click On the Apple Then About This Mac Then More To Get Your Serial & Model Numbers.

Sep 29, 2014 | Apple Computers & Internet

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I have purchased the Mac Box Set that has Mac OS X Snow Leopard, iLife & iWork. After I have installed it in order to go further with iWork it is asking for a iWork 09 serial number. Where do I get this number from? Is it on the box? Steve

If you downloaded iWork (30 day trial) it requires a serial number to unlock. if you purchased iWork in a retail box, it does not require a serial number.
It is likely you still have the trial version on your mac. Delete the Apps from your applications folder and reinstall from the disk.

Dec 18, 2010 | Apple Mac Box Set Family Pack Full Version...

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Disk Copy helper unexpectedly terminated. the serial Number is UV2371N9LQ0. Power Pc G3

Your machine is an iBook G3 (16 VRAM).
You don't state which version of the OS you are using. This is a known problem in some versions of 10.2.
Apple has posted a solution to this issue here:

Nov 27, 2009 | Apple iBook G3 Mac Notebook

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OS X Leopard Version

Go to the Apple icon in the top left, click on About this Mac. It will show you the version number. If you need more detailed information, click on More Info and it will open the System Profiler to show you just about everything you ever wanted to know about your Mac.

Sep 07, 2008 | Apple Mac OS X 10.4

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