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Topic # 111556 7-Nov-2012 12:11 Send private message

Hi all

I have been left a 2009 iMac. I reinstalled clean, but now back to Tiger, and SL disks cannot be bought anymore from Apple/Youbee.

Does anyone have SL disks I can buy or borrow? I assume that its ok to borrow, legally? 

Cheers and thanks 

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  Reply # 713458 7-Nov-2012 12:13 Send private message

Heaps on TradeMe

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  Reply # 713463 7-Nov-2012 12:18 Send private message

Apple do still sell snow leopard. As you need it to go to mountain lion.

From Apple.com US
If you’re running OS X Leopard and would like to upgrade to OS X Mountain Lion, first you’ll need to upgrade to OS X Snow Leopard. You can purchase OS X Snow Leopard for $19.99 by calling 1-800-MY-APPLE (1-800-638-7753).

Try giving 0800-MY-APPLE a call and asking. or as above try TradeMe




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  Reply # 713466 7-Nov-2012 12:21 Send private message

Where are you based? I have the disks that you can borrow but I would need them back once you're finished with them.



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  Reply # 713467 7-Nov-2012 12:23 Send private message

Tks all, appreciate the replies
I bought a new sealed set from Trademe just now, makes it easier and I will have my own set.
Tks again

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