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I accidently trashed Safari on my old powerbook g4, is there a way to download it without using the back- up discs? my optical drive is shot and all I have is an external

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You can simply download it

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how do I download it without a web browser is what I was asking

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how do I download it without a web browser is what I was asking
You'll need to borrow another machine (PC is OK but make sure you download the OS X version) that has a working web browser, copy the DMG file on a thumb drive and then transfer it to your machine and install.

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