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Safari 7.0.3 won't update


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Hi guys, I have a problem with the new Safari update. When I open the App store, and click on the update button it immediately says: Installed. Anyone know how to fix this?
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What version of Safari is on your machine? When you open the App Store, and click on Update, when it says it's installed, that usually means that it is installed.

I have Safari 7.0.3, and my App Store Update shows as installed.

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What version of Safari is on your machine? When you open the App Store, and click on Update, when it says it's installed, that usually means that it is installed.

I have Safari 7.0.3, and my App Store Update shows as installed.
Thanks for answering. I am currently running the latest version of Mac OS 10.9.2, and the version of Safari is 7.0.3. When I click update it doesn't show a progress or nothing. It just says installed, and when I look at about Safari I still see 7.0.2.
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Have you tried restarting Safari? If software update says Safari 7.03 is installed, then it should be installed.
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Have you tried restarting Safari? If software update says Safari 7.03 is installed, then it should be installed.
See the picture, that is what I see right after I click the update button.
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I think Verify and Repair Permissions are in order. Maybe a PRAM reset too.

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Are you aware Safari version 7.0.3 is the latest version released a day or two ago? Installed means it has been installed!

Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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Yeah Harry, I'm not sure exactly what's going on there. He says 7.03 is installed but it's not showing up as 7.03 in the "about Safari". I know I had to restart Safari before it would show up as the new version.
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I would re-boot the Mac.
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Hi guys, I reinstalled Mavericks and that did the trick! thanks for the help.
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