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Problem upgrading imac 333 from OS 9.2 to OS X


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Joebell
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When starting up with the OS X 10.1 CD , it starts off ok, But then gets a BROKEN FOLDER ICON....

The imac has 128m ram and a 40g HD partioned as 6g and 32g.


Any Sugestions? :doctor:
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Ryanstech
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My first guess would be that it needs a firmware upgrade: http://search.info.apple.com/?search...rd=&q=firmware
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