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Update Snow Leopard without internet connection?


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I am wanting to update Snow Leopard on my desktop. I do not have it connected to the internet. I do however have wireless on my macbook. Can I somehow download some patch to a flash drive on my macbook to update my desktop version of snow leopard?
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You want to install updates in Snow Leopard correct?

What version of Snow Leopard are you currently running? The last update made it 10.6.8.

If that is what you want to do, you can grab the Combo Updater on Apple.com for 10.6.8 and copy it to a Flash drive.
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Yes that is correct. I believe I'm running 10.6.6. I am doing exactly that right now. Thanks
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