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Macbook pro 17" 2008

Macbook pro unable to read leopard upgrade disc that came with tiger. thought it was not enough memory as only 1 g memory so just replaced with 2 x 2 g memory cards. Still not able to . leopard install disc. Havent reinstalled the tiger start up and systm files. Also tried to download firefox and was told not enough memory but system info reports 2 x 2 gig. Havent reset tHe P RAM... or anything else and have not reinstalled startup and system tiger.

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SOURCE: 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.

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SOURCE: Upgrading from MAC OS 10.4 to OS 10.5

Apple has a list of specs to run it. Looks like yours falls within it. Although some things will need other requirements like a webcam for photobooth or ichat. But you should be able to get by. Might be a bit slower than some Macs running it, but as long as you don't have 20 things going on at once, you should be fine. Go to an Apple store and try it out first though to make sure you like it.

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SOURCE: cannot boot Leopard or Tiger

Can you pleasr post more information on when how this was started I had this problem once with bootcamp but now it was resolved. Can you still get in somewhere?

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SOURCE: 10.4 tiger stuck on install

Hi, Sorry to hear you are having problems,
YES, Yes there is a way to get out of that loop.

  1. Shut down your Mac by holding down the power on button for 5 seconds or so..
  2. Power on your Mac and VERY QUICKLY press down on the mouse button and hold it down until your CD ejects.
  3. Now, insert your Disk 1 and reboot the Mac on this installer disk and don't forget to choose option 2 disks only...
  4. Voila!

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SOURCE: eMac freezes quickly and regularly after startup

A number of eMacs and iMacs were build with a shipment of faulty capacitors. Your symptoms are consistent with this problem
http://macktez.com/help/001933.html
Apple had an extended free repair program to fix these failures within three years of purchase, but the program expired because it's been more than three years since the last one was sold.
Turn your eMac over, remove the bottom door, and look at the tops of the two can capacitors you can see through the door. If the lines on the bottom of the capacitors form a K instead of a +, they are likely to be from the bad batch. If there is any brown crud or ooze anywhere in those lines or elsewhere on the can, the capacitors are visibly failed.

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

Testimonial: "Hi thanks, this is exactly the problem I had, as was pointed out in a previous reply. Had it fixed a while ago and the eMac is up and running again:-)"

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