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i cant install macosx in my macbook pro


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i cant install macosx in my macbook pro it say
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What type of MBP, which version of OS X? Is it the system restore disk from your computer?

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1.mac book pro 2010
2.10.6.7 from internet even the retail i buy don't work
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Try using the original install disk that came with your computer. Snow Leopard updates only system files and the kernel extensions upon a reinstall unless you do a clean install. After reinstalling run Software Update to bring Snow Leopard up to 10.6.8. A retail Snow Leopard disk does not work on the late MBP models because it does not contain the proper hardware drivers.
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i dont have the disk that come with my computer please help me.
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1.mac book pro 2010
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First, downloading it from the Internet is illegal. If you need new disks, call Apple.

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can you please call apple for me
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You have to call Apple yourself. No one here is going to call for you nor would we be able to.
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