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Reinstalling Snow Leopard


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Hi sorry. I had replied from my mobile, and so the sms language . And yeah, its a Macbook

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Even though it says upgrade on the disc, I still believe that it is a retail disc, but could be wrong, in which case you may want to install leopard first.
Also ilife and the iwork trial version reside on the leopard install discs.
So if you are able to install straight off the snow leopard disc, then you may want to do an optional install of the leopard disc 1 and install ilife and the iWork trial package.
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Ok I just finished installing Snow leopard. Everything is back to normal Thank you very much for your help

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Pleasure..... just be sure to pass on the help to someone when you can
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I sure will. Thanks again

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Ok. I had reinstalled my OS completely, updated to Snow Leopard and everything and it worked like a charm for one day. Now my radio buttons are back to that application's format I can't understand what the problem is.

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I have no idea. I did not install anything but Snow Leopard's updates from apple.com.

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