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"uTorrent-Mac-26576.dmg" failed to mount due to error 95. (no mountable file systems)


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Trying to install u torrent, a bit torrent client. Have tried following all the standard fixes available when I searched on google. Installed Mount.app. to no avail. Im running Mac 10.2.8.
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Take a look here. It's a problem with OS X >= 10.2.3.

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Thanks, that's the first website I visited attempting to fix it. I tried all the free options... :/ None work
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Anyone have any suggestions besides what was offered on the mac attorney web site?
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What Mac do you own? 10.2.8 is old Jaguar and has not been supported for a long time now. You will be hard pressed to find software that will work on 10.2. Search google for Old Mac Software. There are sites that keep older versions online for the older OS versions.
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PowerBook6,1 (version = 3.3) An oldie but a goodie. Thanks, I'll try that.
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