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Where can I find Leopard Upgrade CD?


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I'm going to upgrade my Mac from PANTHER to Leopard. The problem is I can't find an install disc. Where can I get one. I have found some but I don't think they will work on my Mac. And my system does meet the requirements.
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I'm going to upgrade my Mac from PANTHER to Leopard. The problem is I can't find an install disc. Where can I get one. I have found some but I don't think they will work on my Mac. And my system does meet the requirements.
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Use a shopping comparison site, like Google's or Yahoo!'s, or Ebay.

Be sure to purchase a retail disc (black) and not a system restore disc (gray) as the restore discs will only work for the Mac it originally came with.
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