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G4/Tiger question


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Just bought a G4 Gigabit Ethernet with a dual 450. Anyone installed Tiger on a G4? Any issues?
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I installed Tiger on mine the day it came out. I did a fresh install, not an upgrade. So far, the only issue I've had was with my m-audio drivers but other than that its been great. A little snappier than panther.
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I installed Tiger on mine the day it came out. I did a fresh install, not an upgrade. So far, the only issue I've had was with my m-audio drivers but other than that its been great. A little snappier than panther.
Great. Sounds like I shouldn't have any problems. I'll give it a shot. Thanks.
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installed it on my Dual 533 "Digital Audio" (slighly newer than yours), upgrade. No issues.
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Should work perfectly

Tell us how it goes.
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There should be now problem Tiger is built for all Generations of Macs. Like AppleJustWorks said how does it go?
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There should be now problem Tiger is built for all Generations of Macs. Like AppleJustWorks said how does it go?

I believe you meant no. As well, check out http://www.apple.com/macosx/upgrade/requirements.html for requirements for Tiger!
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