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    Default Osx 10.5.6
    Hi, so I upgraded my powerbook g4 to leopard a few months ago and right now I'm on 10.5.1. I wanna upgrade to 10.5.6 but it breaks dfu mode, so im wondering if there is a way i can only update to 10.5.4 or 10.5.5? any help?
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    Take s look here...Apple - Support - Downloads
    Go to 121 to 130 and you fine 10.5.4 Mac OS X update.
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    Thanks a ton, it worked fine. My computer froze a little during the installation but its fine now. Also there were 2 10.5.4 updates on apples website but one was much bigger than the other so I downloaded that and its working great.
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    ^I'm glade it worked out for you.

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    Ok, so i just bought an iMac G5 with OSX 10.5.6 installed on it, but the previous guys name and that still show up, so i would like to do a clean install.

    Also i noticed that Bootcamp seems to be missing, so i can only assume he deleted it.

    Problem is, when i put in the OSX disc and hit restart, it reboots but ejects the disk before loading up the installer.

    Am i doing something wrong?

    TIA

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    I'd go to 10.5.6. There are work arounds for the DFU mode issue. either use a USB hub or d/l the older USB drivers from Apple. No biggie.

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    Any like "wow" differences between 10.5.4 and 10.5.6?
    Wanna-be coder/iphone user since '08

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    Not sure really, but probably stability updates, bug fixes, security fixes, etc.

    If the DFU issue is your only hang up, its easily worked around.

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