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At my university I managed to pick up an old G4 Mac power PC model number M5183, Its running Final Cut 3 and has a 50 gig hard drive, and 2 gig of Ram.

The operating system is only OSX 2.8 though!

I need to know what I can upgrade to ie OS X .3 or OSX.4?

And If I do will it wipe off the final cut program installed? As I don't have any of the boot up discs!

Many thanks for your time.

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