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Error installing Photoshop CS5 on Mac OS X Version 10.5.8


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Recently received from a client, a computer "MAC OS X Version 10.5.8" so that we could install the Adobe Photoshop, however, try to install the CS5 version of the operating system machine showed a screen with the following message "Setup requires minimal version 10.0.0.1 "

Does anyone know a way to get where photoshop compatible with this OS?
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