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i try to install Leopard Graphics update but i found this problem:
You cannot install Leopard Graphics Update on this volume. This volume does not meet the requirements for this update.
my OS is mac os 10.5.5
what i can do?
please help
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What Leopard graphics update?
What Mac do you have?

If you're trying to install the latest Snow Leopard graphics update on your machine running Leopard, it's likely not going to happen.

You should, however, update your machine to 10.5.8 if you're not going to install Snow Leopard.

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