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    Jaguar to Tiger

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    Jaguar to Tiger
    is it possible to use XPostFacto to upgrade from OS 10.2.8 to OS 10.4?

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    On what hardware?

    XPostFacto does support 10.4 if you have a valid installation disc
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    120 GB HD
    400 MHz PowerPC G3
    512 L2 cache
    512 MB RAM

    i have the 10.2 installation disc also.

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    louishen means a valid OS X.4 Tiger disc. Make sure you purchase a black coloured full retail install DVD and not some silver/grey model specific discs which abound on auction sites. Also upgrade the memory to 1GB minimum.

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