To update upgrade from update Mac OS.5.x (Leopard) requires the purchase of a copy of Mac Os.6 (Snow Leopard).
I need the program I installed to be on update this computer by later today for update my final.Follow 3 answers.Thus, you must have what Wikipedia calls an Aluminum iMac see 2nd link in your question.If you are sure you bought it brand new in stores between, it was probably update what Wikipedia calls the Early 2009 model.To be able to run Snow Leopard your Mac needs to have an Intel processor.I would like it on my older one just because it runs better than my laptop.This is available from Apple stores (See links below) and many other retailers for around 29 (25).It says I need to update to version.6, I can not find this update anywhere on the apple website.I need the program I installed to be on this computer by later today for my final (I am adding some stuff to a video) so where could I find it, needs to be able to install by today!Show more, i just installed a program on one of my older computers.Macs with older processors (G4 or G5) will not be able to run Snow Leopard and cannot be updated beyond Mac OS.5.x.Upgrading from OS.6.8.9.Even if all of the previous deductions were incorrect, as update long as you are 100 certain that the iMac has an aluminum housing (i.e., the outside is gray, and not white then even update in the worst-case scenario in which your iMac is from Mid 2007.Though it goes against Apple tradition, Apple has (thankfully) released.9 for free as long as you have the system requirements to run.8; update a simple Google search will help you determine that. If you ccleaner do, then download and install it onto your computer.
When you say, i remember for sure that table the computer was bought around do you mean that the iMac was bought brand new (i.e., the newest model available in stores in the time frame or did you potentially buy an older model (i.e., from ).
Because you have OS.5.8 (Leopard) currently, and assuming that you never downgraded your OS X, you can narrow down which iMac model you have.
I've outlined the steps below.I just installed a program serial on one of my older computers.You can up- grade from.5.8.6 by purchasing the installation DVD for.99 (w/ free shipping then up- date.6.6.8, for free using the Apple Software Update cheat application already installed on your iMac.So rest assured, build you can upgrade all the way up to Mavericks if you so desire.Since.6 (Snow Leopard) came out in August 2009, and since Unibody iMac see 1st link in your question was released in October 2009, it can be assumed that you don't have a Unibody iMac.Upgrading from OS.5.8.6.Apple so thoughtfully has removed the.6.3 disk from their online store.And if updating.6 is rough for you, then you certainly.It says I need to update to version.6, I can not find this codes update anywhere on the apple website.I need the program I installed to be on this computer by later today for my final (I am adding some stuff to a video) so where could I find it, needs to be able to install by today!You can't just update.6.To update upgrade from Mac OS.5.x (Leopard) requires.