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Does the Mac come with the OS X 10.5.2 *or something* pre installed? I'm trying to download Diablo 2, and I get an error every time I try to open it saying *OS X and other applications are not affected* and the only reason I can come up with is if I have the software needed installed or not *OS X 10.2 or higher*
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To check your version of OS X click on the Apple on the top left and select About This Mac. It'll say right in the middle which version you're running.


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ugh, diablo 2. WTB D3!

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To check your version of OS X click on the Apple on the top left and select About This Mac. It'll say right in the middle which version you're running.
Guess I sure messed that up. I didn't think they were so I just decided to install them anyway, now I gotta follow through with it -.-

Also a bit off topic, but when I try to open D2, it always gives me an error saying *OS X and other applications not affected* then asks to relaunch it *never works* report or ignore it, anybody know how to fix this?
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