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Apple don't put their OS on DVD any more. It's usually downloaded directly from the internet. But, if you live near an Apple Store you could take a USB Memory Stick in the shop and one of the guys could download the installer to the stick.
You could also try downloading from here www.fenopy.se/?keyword=Mac+OSX+10.5
If your machine can handle it (CPU 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
or better), get the latest OSX 10.9 Maverics.
It's now available for free.
But you may need to use a friends Mac to download off the internet!
You can also make a bootable USB 32GB memory stick to assist.
See OSX Lion 10 7 3 USB STick Creator
To find out more about your Mac Model and all of its capabilities... download a copy of MacTracker.
These days you really must have an external hard drive of at least 1TB or so to keep copies of your files on. Partition the drive into 2or3 parts and keep one (60GB) as a clean OSX emergency boot.
I always use Carbon Copy Cloner to make a bootable "CLONE" of my PowerBook on my external drive.. That way if you ever get into boot problems you just connect the external boot disk, Restart the Mac, then hold the option key down and choose the external OSX Boot drive that you want to restart from. Then you use the Disk Utility program to fix Permissions & Test your internal Hard Drive.
I make a "CLONE" at least once a year then test that it boots then I wipe (Format) my internal HD and install clean updated OSX. Reboot and choose the Migration Assistant to put all my data back from the Clone I made.
Have been doing this for years now. Keeps the Mac software in prime condition.
Hope All That Makes Sense
On the left Top of your monitor is a apple Logo.Tip on it and select "About that Mac"
A Window pops up and you select "More Info"
it shows you the OSX on it. OSX 10.3 or OSX 10.4
Google "Safari Browser for OSX 10.? "
Download it and it will work.
You may have the latest Version.
In order to use this model under a mac OS you will need a software called macam, find the list of compatible devices here: http://webcam-osx.sourceforge.net/cameras/index.php
The download link here:
Please note that this model has been designed for a windows environnement and macam might not provide the full functionality of your device.
Thanks and have a nice day