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Hi everybody

Yesterday I was trying to download the latest update for mac os .
after a while i got a message that i cannot download the file and i should try latter .

I tried to download the file both Firefox and Safari and still got the same problem.

I decided to try download the file with my old PC . the file downloaded successfully . I tried to install it on my macbook and got the following message.

I opened new user and tried it their but still got the same downloading problems.(I didn't try to mount it ).

Do you have any solution for me?

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Have you tried updating to 10.5.6 through Software Update (Apple logo in top left corner > Software Update...)?
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Hi everybody

2 days ago i tried to download the latest apple update for mac os x and after a while i got a massege that says i cannot download the file and i should try latter ( I was using firefox for this)

I tried also with safari -with safari i needed to resume the download every 10 minutes . finally the file was downloaded but the system chouldn't mount the file . I tried download the file with my PC and the file was doanloading without any problems but still when i was trying to mount it i got the "codec overrun" error , so i searched on the net in order to find a solution and a lot of people says that they have got the same problem and the solution is to press "skip" on the verification level , i did it and the file mounted seccessfully but the question is if it's ok or should i not installed the update becuase if this problem?

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