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i'm a new mac user i have a mac book 10.4.11, somehow i cant download any mac product when i visti apple.com i try to download some stuff but when i click download nothing happens can anyone tell me what is the problem, also it will be great if anyone can tell me how to upgrade 10.4.11 to 10.5 or above do i have to reinstall or i can just download the upgrade patch
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i'm a new mac user i have a mac book 10.4.11, somehow i cant download any mac product when i visti apple.com i try to download some stuff but when i click download nothing happens can anyone tell me what is the problem, also it will be great if anyone can tell me how to upgrade 10.4.11 to 10.5 or above do i have to reinstall or i can just download the upgrade patch btw i'm using the safari defult download
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is it safari's problem
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You have to buy 10.5, it's not just an update.
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Hello everyone! I'm having a problem with opening downloads. After I download something, a window pops up and says "Choose an application". I can actually download things but it won't open up because it does not have an application. I went to microsoft and downloaded something to stop this but after I downloaded that it said to choose an application. Can any one help? Thanks!
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Hello superted141,
So what things are you downloading and trying to open? Have you checked to see if they are compatible with Mac?
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