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I was given a powerbook G4 mac the other day. It is a few years old so it's version is Mac OS X 10.2.8. Of course I wanna get all the new itunes and stuff like that but it says I need 10.4 or something like that. Well I went to apples download page to look for a more recent version. Well if I do a 10.4 one it says I need a previous version of 10.4 to download the most recent one and the same with 10.3 How do I upgrade to (10.4.something) if it won't let me upgrade unless I have 10.4 and the same with 10.3. I would like to upgrade soon so some would be awesome.
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If you want to upgrade the OS you will have to purchase the new version. It is not available for download.

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or.... you may want to use google to find your answer. the answer is there, but you will have to look a little.
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