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OS 10.5 - more problems after reinstall


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ok...some problems seems to have cropped up after i did an archive & install...
i reinstalled all the os updates one by one....but when i tried installing the latest version of safari...it said i couldn't because i needed 10.5.2 or later.
i am currently on 10.5.4!

heres what it says...



i hope this is not a problem im about to run in to with all app upgrades...
please help!
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What does it show in terminal if you type:
sw_vers -productVersion


I'm curious as to whether the OS thinks it is what it is.

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it says 10.5.4

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