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Old 08-15-2009, 09:19 PM
eaglex01 eaglex01 is offline
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update zephyroth leopard 10.5.2

hi,

i have leopard 10.5.2, and use an amd computer...

in the amd software update i see the mac osx combined update (10.5.8)

but everytime i try to install this, the screen goes darker and it say to presse the reset button or to hold the power button to reboot... the update wont install...

anyone know another updater for amd or a place where i could manage to update the system?

thanks!
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Old 01-17-2010, 02:32 PM
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stanca stanca is offline
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I couldn't manage too the system update so far,no matter what I tried.

System specs: Desktop PC,
Nvidia GeForce 210,1GB,GDDR3,PCI-E 16x gpu,
6GB Ram(4x2GB),DDR3,1333mhz,
Ubuntu 12.10 x86_64/Windows 8 Pro x64/Mountain Lion 10.8.2,
Intel Core i3 3.1Ghz, cpu,
Gigabyte H61MA-D3V motherboard.
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Old 01-27-2010, 01:23 AM
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Updating a prepatched install is a tedious processes. It can be done but you will be in the same boat next time you need to update. Installing using the EFI partition method allows for a much easier experience when updating. So it would be up to you. Regardless of the path you take please take notice that you should always backup your existing install before you do anything.

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Where can I find my specifications?
Your manufacturer's website is a good start. Download a copy of your users manual and spec sheet and keep them handy.

What are chipsets?
You can use your motherboard as an example. It generally should have whats called a Northbridge & Southbridge chipset. The Northbridge deals with your CPU, RAM & Graphics and your Southbridge deals with the rest (hard drives, usb, expansion slots)

Wouldn't my motherboard model number be fine?
Chipsets are the key. Unless you get lucky and someone has the exact same model, they are not going to know what chipsets you have. There are a great deal of people who want to help others on this forum but we do not need to do all the leg work. Giving us all the information we need up front really encourages us to help.



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