Question about Apple iMac Desktop
When I go to buy it, a window pops up that says: "Pages can't be installed on Macintosh HD because Mac OS X version 10.7.4 or later is required."
Depending on the year an model of hardware, you may not be able to upgrade your OS. If you have 32bit architecture, you are stuck at Snow Leopard. Good Luck!
Posted on Jun 26, 2017
This should be a simple fix by installing the latest updates. I would talk to the seller you purchased it from or even check some of the information and tips at http://justgoodbites.com. You should be able to install pages with the latest version no matter whether you purchased a refurbished Mac or a brand new one.
Posted on Jun 25, 2017
You need Pages version 5.0
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Posted on Dec 07, 2013
You need to update your operating system to 10.7.4 or later.
Posted on Jan 03, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Virtual PC 7
What type of Mac is it? PowerPC G4, Laptop, etc? You can copy the files from the Mac partition to the mounted Virtual PC volume and have the XP side find the new files. It is duplication but it is the only way I have found to work without causing other problems.
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
Hi, Sorry you are having problems,
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Posted on Apr 02, 2009
SOURCE: Macintosh HD will open from
Sounds like you may have some permissions issues - I would suggest sticking in the OS disc that came with your iMac, restarting, and holding the "C" key when you hear the chime - this will make it boot off the CD. Once booted from it, go to Tools->Disk Utility, choose your disk, and do "Repair Permissions". Once that is done, you can quit the installer and restart. If that doesn't work, the next step I would recommend is running DiskWarrior, which is $99 - this is like an industrial permissions/hard drive directory repair disc, used by many professionals. If that doesn't solve it, you will likely have to back up your user data and do a fresh install of the OS from the discs you have. Good luck!
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
I understand your problem to be that at the time you were executing the critical reboot just prior to installing Windows with Boot Camp, you placed the Windows CD into the wrong optical drive. Now your machine is stuck at the gray screen and is not responding to anything and will not boot from the system DVD
I have encountered this problem previously. The solution is to boot from an external drive containing a valid copy of the Mac OS. Although your machine will not boot from a DVD at this point, it WILL boot from an external drive if you hold down the Option key after you hear the startup chime, and select that drive's icon when it appears. Once you have successfully booted, go to System Preferences / Startup Disk to select the Mac partition of your internal drive, and your machine will reboot normally.
This leaves only the question of how you obtain an external drive containing a valid of the Mac OS. Some options are 1) a cloned backup drive, 2) another Macintosh via "Target Disk Mode," or 3) have someone create you such a disk from another machine. On the plus side, this solution involves no loss of your data, which makes it worth pursuing.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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