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Upgrade from Leopard to snow Leopard in Mac Pro


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Hi all,

I am using a (iMac) Mac OS X stall DVD to upgrade my Mac Pro (intel xeon cpu / 4Gb ram) to snow Leopard, but a msg " mac os x can't be installed on this computer" is displayed what every I boot from the install DVD or insert the disk and run directly in desktop. does anyone know what's the issue?
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Is it the retail OSX disc?
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The install discs for your iMac (grey coloured discs) are specifically for that machine.
You will need to purchase the retail version of Snow Leopard available for US$29 from Apple, also on Amazon, Apple resellers, etc.
Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard - Apple Store (U.S.)
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Yes I think so , It's the disk included in my iMac package.
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Anyway, thx all for your help !
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