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Hi, everyone.
To possible? To Install Mac OS X Leopard on Power mac G4 (533Mhz/640 of ram/HDD40G/DVD-RW)..

I know in the system request of mac OS X leopard (CPU G4 867 Mhz up)..

Do you have how to install in to possible?..

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If you don't meet the min, it won't work. There may be a workaround but at that speed, Leopard would be absurdly slow.

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You are much better off with 10.4 tiger on a G4

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Thank you for suggestion everyone. So i think to install Mac OS X 10.4.11 Tiger for used

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