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OS 10.4 - getting from Tiger 10.4 to Tiger 10.4.9


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I was having computer issues and eventually had to wipe my hardware clean. I put in my original 10.4 disk and that is the version that is currently on the computer, but when I tried to install the new itunes it said I had to have 10.4.9, how do I get to that point. Do I need all the recent updates and how do I get those?
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I suppose actually running Software Update and seeing what it comes up with would be too much work for you?

Well, wouldn't want you to go to any trouble. To answer your question, there's a single updater that will take you to 10.4.11, which you can get either through Software Update, or from Apple's Support Downloads page.
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I tried the 10.4.11 combo update from the site and got a codec overrun error?! What does that mean?
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TRy booting in safe mode (press and hold the Shift key on start-up), then try mounting the combo update again in that mode

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