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    MartinS's Avatar
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    Is anyone installing?
    I'm surprised not to see more posts related to problems or successful instals of Leopard. Is everyone waiting...?
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    I've installed, and bar one issue with the beta ventrilo client all has gone very well indeed.

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    Installed fine. Just got a small problem with Lightroom so far.

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    20" 2.4 GHz iMac w/ 4GB RAM & 320GB HD
    installed fine. most of my apps work. i am having a problem adding people on ichat... every time i add them, they show up for a sec on my buddy list, then disappear. i don't know what to do

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    MacBook Air Core 2 Duo 2gig ram
    Good
    installed 4 days ago....
    everything went well...
    no problems so far...

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    I'm surprised not to see more posts related to problems or successful instals of Leopard
    We really don't need any new threads about Leopard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinS View Post
    I'm surprised not to see more posts related to problems or successful instals of Leopard. Is everyone waiting...?
    I'm not....


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    Quote Originally Posted by madmic View Post
    Installed fine. Just got a small problem with Lightroom so far.
    What's the problem with Lightroom? I want to update, but I'm not going to buy it until I know SuperDuper is updated and the Cisco VPN client will work or is updated. Then I'm all over 10.5

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    MBP : 2.4GHz : 2GB RAM : 256MB VRAM : 160GB HDD
    No problems so far; other than I'm not sure if I really like the new Finder sidebar... I'm sure it'll grow on me. Oh, and my custom icons have been replaced by the new default ones, but I expected that.
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    15" MBP '06 2.33 C2D 4GB 10.7; 13" MBA '14 1.8 i7 8GB 10.11; 21" iMac '13 2.9 i5 8GB 10.11; 6S
    I'll be one of the first to go.

    1) Safari crashes and refuses to open. It will open in another user account - figured maybe it was Inquisitor, so uninstalled that, still no go.
    2) Mail automatically disables httpmail - not only does it disable it, but it doesn't even show you the exiting hotmail folder, nor the mail you have in it.
    3) Mail also disables Letterbox.
    4) The Applications folder in my user account is empty... has 0 files in it. the original Applications folder in my user account has been moved to the root.
    5) The bold fonts on the mac-forums web site - now bite the bullit big time...pictures below show first booting to my backup and a snapshot in Tiger and then a snapshot in Leopard.
    6) Have a "Games" folder in the Applications folder that I keep in the dock. The icon in the dock, does not show the icon of the folder, but the icon of the first file (alphabetically) within the folder. Have tried this by moving several folders to the dock including a folder I keep multiple text files in. Does not display the folder icon, but the first document within the folder.
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    blue screen
    macbook having problems

    mine has stuck on blue screen and loud roar after taking the dvd
    - been there for 30 minutes thinking of switching it off?

    anybody else

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    Quote Originally Posted by brendan67 View Post
    macbook having problems

    mine has stuck on blue screen and loud roar after taking the dvd
    - been there for 30 minutes thinking of switching it off?

    anybody else
    I installed it on my Macbook and Intel iMac just fine, clean install.

    Did an upgrade install on my Mom's iMac G4 and have the same problem as you.

    I just put it in target disk mode, copied out the home folder, and am going to to wipe it and do a clean install to see if that fixes it.
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    MacbookAir iPhone6
    stuck
    completely stuck with bluescreen after chimes.

    taken the dvd out

    restarted still the same?

    anybody suggest something

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    24" iMac 2.8 GHZ/2GB/320GB/Leopard
    So far so good...noticed the apple menu dissappears once and awhile but clears up on restart. It was transparent and the words were gone except for a few letters....still checking it out
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    help
    Quote Originally Posted by hal515 View Post
    They just made the update for that
    how do i get it i'm on the blue screen?

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