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OS 10.5 - amrk47s Upgrade So Far


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Member Since: Sep 17, 2007
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Mac Specs: Silver MB 2Ghz Core2Duo 2GB RAM

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So I upgraded to 10.5 today
I dont have any problems, I was actually going to wait till 10.5.1 because of all the threads on how leopard is so slow blah blah and how you have to do a clean install for it to work right
well I upgraded and its working perfect
only thing is when I repair permissions I have many lines of things and it shows up every time I repair, also I dont know how to get the hardware test to work, I tried holding D on startup
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