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My answer is from experience.  I do this for a living, for over 25 years now.  I don't just read about it.  Your G5 processor machine can be upgraded to 10.5.  You may then download the updates directly from Apple for free using the "Software Update"  just under the Apple in the upper left hand corner of your screen to take it to 10.5.8.   There is a difference between "Upgrade and update".  The Upgrades are paid and the updates are free.  I don't remember a time when Apple didn't provide for a cheaper upgrade from the previous system to the next, i.e.  10.2 to 10.3 or 10.4 to 10.5.  You can purchase a Full Installation that requires no previous system on your hard drive. The Apple Store does not seem to be selling the 10.5 anymore (they aren't listed but Ralph say you can call to get it).  But for example, you can go here:  http://store.apple.com/us/search?find=OSX+10.5&mco=MTA4MTkyMjY  to see the price difference between a System upgrade at $26 or the full installation at $169.00.  When doing a Upgrade from a previous system, it is advisable to do a "Archive and install" to retain proof that you have the previous system so the disk will work again should you have to do a reinstall. Although the Apple store isn't selling the 10.5 disks anymore they may be found on eBay.  Go to eBay and do a search for "OSX 10.5 upgrade" I saw two listed tonight for $66.00.  Do not buy the gray disks as they are only for specific machines.  A upgrade disk may say "Upgrade" on it or "CPU Drop in", or may say nothing.  Get the part number of the disk and do a web search to insure what it is.  The "Full Install" disk scan be found as "OSX 10.5 Retail".  You'll find a lot more of those at a higher price. A brand new Retail version can be had at FastMac  http://store.fastmac.com/product_info.php?cPath=10_5_7&products_id=359  for $179.95.  Please note that once you upgrade to 10.5, the classic 9.2 system option will no longer be available.  As for 10.6, you must have a "Intel processor" Mac to install it.  I hope this clarifies your options.

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My answer is from experience.  I do this for a living, for over 25 years now.  I don't just read about it.  Your G5 processor machine can be upgraded to 10.5.  You may then download the updates directly from Apple for free using the "Software Update"  just under the Apple in the upper left hand corner of your screen to take it to 10.5.8.   There is a difference between "Upgrade and update".  The Upgrades are paid and the updates are free.  I don't remember a time when Apple didn't provide for a cheaper upgrade from the previous system to the next, i.e.  10.2 to 10.3 or 10.4 to 10.5.  You can purchase a Full Installation that requires no previous system on your hard drive. The Apple Store does not seem to be selling the 10.5 anymore (they aren't listed but Ralph say you can call to get it).  But for example, you can go here:  http://store.apple.com/us/search?find=OSX+10.5&mco=MTA4MTkyMjY  to see the price difference between a System upgrade at $26 or the full installation at $169.00.  When doing a Upgrade from a previous system, it is advisable to do a "Archive and install" to retain proof that you have the previous system so the disk will work again should you have to do a reinstall. Although the Apple store isn't selling the 10.5 disks anymore they may be found on eBay.  Go to eBay and do a search for "OSX 10.5 upgrade" I saw two listed tonight for $66.00.  Do not buy the gray disks as they are only for specific machines.  A upgrade disk may say "Upgrade" on it or "CPU Drop in", or may say nothing.  Get the part number of the disk and do a web search to insure what it is.  The "Full Install" disk scan be found as "OSX 10.5 Retail".  You'll find a lot more of those at a higher price. A brand new Retail version can be had at FastMac  http://store.fastmac.com/product_info.php?cPath=10_5_7&products_id=359  for $179.95.  Please note that once you upgrade to 10.5, the classic 9.2 system option will no longer be available.  As for 10.6, you must have a "Intel processor" Mac to install it.  I hope this clarifies your options.

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My answer is from experience. I do this for a living, for over 25 years now. I don't just read about it. Your G5 processor machine can be upgraded to 10.5. You may then download the updates directly from Apple for free using the "Software Update" just under the Apple in the upper left hand corner of your screen to take it to 10.5.8. There is a difference between "Upgrade and update". The Upgrades are paid and the updates are free. I don't remember a time when Apple didn't provide for a cheaper upgrade from the previous system to the next, i.e. 10.2 to 10.3 or 10.4 to 10.5. You can purchase a Full Installation that requires no previous system on your hard drive. The Apple Store does not seem to be selling the 10.5 anymore (they aren't listed but Ralph say you can call to get it). But for example, you can go here: http://store.apple.com/us/search?find=OSX+10.5&mco=MTA4MTkyMjY to see the price difference between a System upgrade at $26 or the full installation at $169.00. When doing a Upgrade from a previous system, it is advisable to do a "Archive and install" to retain proof that you have the previous system so the disk will work again should you have to do a reinstall. Although the Apple store isn't selling the 10.5 disks anymore they may be found on eBay. Go to eBay and do a search for "OSX 10.5 upgrade" I saw two listed tonight for $66.00. Do not buy the gray disks as they are only for specific machines. A upgrade disk may say "Upgrade" on it or "CPU Drop in"in", or may say nothing. Get the part number of the disk and do a web search to insure what it is. The "Full Install" disk scan be found as "OSX 10.5 Retail". You'll find a lot more of those at a higher price. A brand new Retail version can be had at FastMac http://store.fastmac.com/product_info.php?cPath=10_5_7&products_id=359 for $179.95. Please note that once you upgrade to 10.5, the classic 9.2 system option will no longer be available. As for 10.6, you must have a "Intel processor" Mac to install it. I hope this clarifies your options.
My answer is from experience. I do this for a living, for over 25 years now. I don't just read about it. Your G5 processor machine can be upgraded to 10.5. You may then download the updates directly from Apple for free using the "Software Update" just under the Apple in the upper left hand corner of your screen to take it to 10.5.8. There is a difference between "Upgrade and update". The Upgrades are paid and the updates are free. I don't remember a time when Apple didn't provide for a cheaper upgrade from the previous system to the next, i.e. 10.2 to 10.3 or 10.4 to 10.5. You can purchase a Full Installation that requires no previous system on your hard drive. The Apple Store does not seem to be selling the 10.5 anymore (they aren't listed but Ralph say you can call to get it). But for example, you can go here: http://store.apple.com/us/search?find=OSX+10.5&mco=MTA4MTkyMjY to see the price difference between a System upgrade at $26 or the full installation at $169.00. When doing a Upgrade from a previous system, it is advisable to do a "Archive and install" to retain proof that you have the previous system so the disk will work again should you have to do a reinstall. Although the Apple store isn't selling the 10.5 disks anymore they may be found on eBay. Go to eBay and do a search for "OSX 10.5 upgrade" I saw two listed tonight for $66.00. Do not buy the gray disks as they are only for specific machines. A upgrade disk may say "Upgrade" on it or "CPU Drop in"in", or may say nothing. Get the part number of the disk and do a web search to insure what it is. The "Full Install" disk scan be found as "OSX 10.5 Retail". You'll find a lot more of those at a higher price. A brand new Retail version can be had at FastMac http://store.fastmac.com/product_info.php?cPath=10_5_7&products_id=359 for $179.95. Please note that once you upgrade to 10.5, the classic 9.2 system option will no longer be available. As for 10.6, you must have a "Intel processor" Mac to install it. I hope this clarifies your options.

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My answer is from experience. I do this for a livingliving, for over 25 years now. I don't just read about it. Your G5 processor machine can be upgraded to 10.5. You may then download the updates directly from Apple for free using the "Software Update" just under the Apple in the upper left hand corner of your screen to take it to 10.5.8. There is a difference between "Upgrade and update". The Upgrades are paid and the updates are free. I don't remember a time when Apple didn't provide for a cheaper upgrade from the previous system to the next, i.e. 10.2 to 10.3 or 10.4 to 10.5. You can purchase a Full Installation that requires no previous system on your hard drive. The Apple Store does not seem to be selling the 10.5 anymore (they aren't listed but Ralph say you can call to get it). But for example, you can go here: http://store.apple.com/us/search?find=OSX+10.5&mco=MTA4MTkyMjY to see the price difference between a System upgrade at $26 or the full installation at $169.00. When doing a Upgrade from a previous system, it is advisable to do a "Archive and install" to retain proof that you have the previous system so the disk will work again should you have to do a reinstall. Although the Apple store isn't selling the 10.5 disks anymore they may be found on eBay. Go to eBay and do a search for "OSX 10.5 upgrade" I saw two listed tonight for $66.00. Do not buy the gray disks as they are only for specific machines. A upgrade disk may say "Upgrade" on it or "CPU Drop in". The "Full Install" disk scan be found as "OSX 10.5 Retail". You'll find a lot more of those at a higher price. A brand new Retail version can be had at FastMac http://store.fastmac.com/product_info.php?cPath=10_5_7&products_id=359 for $179.95. Please note that once you upgrade to 10.5, the classic 9.2 system option will no longer be available. As for 10.6, you must have a "Intel processor" Mac to install it. I hope this clarifies your options.
My answer is from experience. I do this for a livingliving, for over 25 years now. I don't just read about it. Your G5 processor machine can be upgraded to 10.5. You may then download the updates directly from Apple for free using the "Software Update" just under the Apple in the upper left hand corner of your screen to take it to 10.5.8. There is a difference between "Upgrade and update". The Upgrades are paid and the updates are free. I don't remember a time when Apple didn't provide for a cheaper upgrade from the previous system to the next, i.e. 10.2 to 10.3 or 10.4 to 10.5. You can purchase a Full Installation that requires no previous system on your hard drive. The Apple Store does not seem to be selling the 10.5 anymore (they aren't listed but Ralph say you can call to get it). But for example, you can go here: http://store.apple.com/us/search?find=OSX+10.5&mco=MTA4MTkyMjY to see the price difference between a System upgrade at $26 or the full installation at $169.00. When doing a Upgrade from a previous system, it is advisable to do a "Archive and install" to retain proof that you have the previous system so the disk will work again should you have to do a reinstall. Although the Apple store isn't selling the 10.5 disks anymore they may be found on eBay. Go to eBay and do a search for "OSX 10.5 upgrade" I saw two listed tonight for $66.00. Do not buy the gray disks as they are only for specific machines. A upgrade disk may say "Upgrade" on it or "CPU Drop in". The "Full Install" disk scan be found as "OSX 10.5 Retail". You'll find a lot more of those at a higher price. A brand new Retail version can be had at FastMac http://store.fastmac.com/product_info.php?cPath=10_5_7&products_id=359 for $179.95. Please note that once you upgrade to 10.5, the classic 9.2 system option will no longer be available. As for 10.6, you must have a "Intel processor" Mac to install it. I hope this clarifies your options.

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My answer is from experience. I do this for a living. I don't just read about it. Your G5 processor machine can be upgraded to 10.5. You may then download the updates directly from Apple for free using the "Software Update" just under the Apple in the upper left hand corner of your screen to take it to 10.5.8. There is a difference between "Upgrade and update". The Upgrades are paid and the updates are free. I don't remember a time when Apple didn't provide for a cheaper upgrade from the previous system to the next, i.e. 10.2 to 10.3 or 10.4 to 10.5. You can purchase a Full Installation that requires no previous system on your hard drive. The Apple Store does not seem to be selling the 10.5 anymoreanymore (they aren't listed but Ralph say you can call to get it). But for example, you can go here: http://store.apple.com/us/search?find=OSX+10.5&mco=MTA4MTkyMjY to see the price difference between a System upgrade at $26 or the full installation at $169.00. When doing a Upgrade from a previous system, it is advisable to do a "Archive and install" to retain proof that you have the previous system so the disk will work again should you have to do a reinstall. Although the Apple store isn't selling the 10.5 disks anymore they may be found on eBay. Go to eBay and do a search for "OSX 10.5 upgrade" I saw two listed tonight for $66.00. Do not buy the gray disks as they are only for specific machines. A upgrade disk may say "Upgrade" on it or "CPU Drop in". The "Full Install" disk scan be found as "OSX 10.5 Retail". You'll find a lot more of those at a higher price. A brand new Retail version can be had at FastMac http://store.fastmac.com/product_info.php?cPath=10_5_7&products_id=359 for $179.95. Please note that once you upgrade to 10.5, the classic 9.2 system option will no longer be available. As for 10.6, you must have a "Intel processor" Mac to install it. I hope this clarifies your options.
My answer is from experience. I do this for a living. I don't just read about it. Your G5 processor machine can be upgraded to 10.5. You may then download the updates directly from Apple for free using the "Software Update" just under the Apple in the upper left hand corner of your screen to take it to 10.5.8. There is a difference between "Upgrade and update". The Upgrades are paid and the updates are free. I don't remember a time when Apple didn't provide for a cheaper upgrade from the previous system to the next, i.e. 10.2 to 10.3 or 10.4 to 10.5. You can purchase a Full Installation that requires no previous system on your hard drive. The Apple Store does not seem to be selling the 10.5 anymoreanymore (they aren't listed but Ralph say you can call to get it). But for example, you can go here: http://store.apple.com/us/search?find=OSX+10.5&mco=MTA4MTkyMjY to see the price difference between a System upgrade at $26 or the full installation at $169.00. When doing a Upgrade from a previous system, it is advisable to do a "Archive and install" to retain proof that you have the previous system so the disk will work again should you have to do a reinstall. Although the Apple store isn't selling the 10.5 disks anymore they may be found on eBay. Go to eBay and do a search for "OSX 10.5 upgrade" I saw two listed tonight for $66.00. Do not buy the gray disks as they are only for specific machines. A upgrade disk may say "Upgrade" on it or "CPU Drop in". The "Full Install" disk scan be found as "OSX 10.5 Retail". You'll find a lot more of those at a higher price. A brand new Retail version can be had at FastMac http://store.fastmac.com/product_info.php?cPath=10_5_7&products_id=359 for $179.95. Please note that once you upgrade to 10.5, the classic 9.2 system option will no longer be available. As for 10.6, you must have a "Intel processor" Mac to install it. I hope this clarifies your options.

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My answer is from experience. I do this for a living. I don't just read about it. Your G5 processor machine can be upgraded to 10.5. You may then download the updates directly from Apple for free using the "Software Update" just under the Apple in the upper left hand corner of your screen to take it to 10.5.8. There is a difference between "Upgrade and update". The Upgrades are paid and the updates are free. I don't remember a time when Apple didn't provide for a cheaper upgrade from the previous system to the next, i.e. 10.2 to 10.3 or 10.4 to 10.5. You can purchase a Full Installation that requires no previous system on your hard drive. The Apple Store does not seem to be selling the 10.5 anymore. But for example, you can go here: http://store.apple.com/us/search?find=OSX+10.5&mco=MTA4MTkyMjY to see the price difference between a System upgrade at $26 or the full installation at $169.00. When doing a Upgrade from a previous system msystem, it is advisable to do a "Archive and install" to retain proof that you have the previous system so the disk will work again should you have to do a reinstall. Although the Apple store isn't selling the 10.5 disks anymore they may be found on eBay. Go to eBay and do a search for "OSX 10.5 upgrade" I saw two listed tonight for $66.00. Do not buy the gray disks as they are only for specific machines. A upgrade disk may say "Upgrade" on it or "CPU Drop in". The "Full Install" disk scan be found as "OSX 10.5 Retail". You'll find a lot more of those at a higher price. A brand new Retail version can be had at FastMac http://store.fastmac.com/product_info.php?cPath=10_5_7&products_id=359 for $179.95. Please note that once you upgrade to 10.5, the classic 9.2 system option will no longer be available. As for 10.6, you must have a "Intel processor" Mac to install it. I hope this clarifies your options.
My answer is from experience. I do this for a living. I don't just read about it. Your G5 processor machine can be upgraded to 10.5. You may then download the updates directly from Apple for free using the "Software Update" just under the Apple in the upper left hand corner of your screen to take it to 10.5.8. There is a difference between "Upgrade and update". The Upgrades are paid and the updates are free. I don't remember a time when Apple didn't provide for a cheaper upgrade from the previous system to the next, i.e. 10.2 to 10.3 or 10.4 to 10.5. You can purchase a Full Installation that requires no previous system on your hard drive. The Apple Store does not seem to be selling the 10.5 anymore. But for example, you can go here: http://store.apple.com/us/search?find=OSX+10.5&mco=MTA4MTkyMjY to see the price difference between a System upgrade at $26 or the full installation at $169.00. When doing a Upgrade from a previous system msystem, it is advisable to do a "Archive and install" to retain proof that you have the previous system so the disk will work again should you have to do a reinstall. Although the Apple store isn't selling the 10.5 disks anymore they may be found on eBay. Go to eBay and do a search for "OSX 10.5 upgrade" I saw two listed tonight for $66.00. Do not buy the gray disks as they are only for specific machines. A upgrade disk may say "Upgrade" on it or "CPU Drop in". The "Full Install" disk scan be found as "OSX 10.5 Retail". You'll find a lot more of those at a higher price. A brand new Retail version can be had at FastMac http://store.fastmac.com/product_info.php?cPath=10_5_7&products_id=359 for $179.95. Please note that once you upgrade to 10.5, the classic 9.2 system option will no longer be available. As for 10.6, you must have a "Intel processor" Mac to install it. I hope this clarifies your options.

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My answer is from experience. I do this for a living. I don't just read about it. Your G5 processor machine can be upgraded to 10.5. You may then download the updates directly from Apple for free using the "Software Update" just under the Apple in the upper left hand corner of your screenscreen to take it to 10.5.8. There is a difference between "Upgrade and update". The Upgrades are paid and the updates are free. I don't remember a time when Apple didn't provide for a cheaper upgrade from the previous system to the next, i.e. 10.2 to 10.3 or 10.4 to 10.5. You can purchase a Full Installation that requires no previous system on your hard drive. The Apple Store does not seem to be selling the 10.5 anymore. But for example, you can go here: http://store.apple.com/us/search?find=OSX+10.5&mco=MTA4MTkyMjY to see the price difference between a System upgrade at $26 or the full installation at $169.00. When doing a Upgrade from a previous system m, it is advisable to do a "Archive and install" to retain proof that you have the previous system so the disk will work again should you have to do a reinstall. Although the Apple store isn't selling the 10.5 disks anymore they may be found on eBay. Go to eBay and do a search for "OSX 10.5 upgrade" I saw two listed tonight for $66.00. Do not buy the gray disks as they are only for specific machines. A upgrade disk may say "Upgrade" on it or "CPU Drop in". The "Full Install" disk scan be found as "OSX 10.5 Retail". You'll find a lot more of those at a higher price. A brand new Retail version can be had at FastMac http://store.fastmac.com/product_info.php?cPath=10_5_7&products_id=359 for $179.95. Please note that once you upgrade to 10.5, the classic 9.2 system option will no longer be available. As for 10.6, you must have a "Intel processor" Mac to install it. I hope this clarifies your options.
My answer is from experience. I do this for a living. I don't just read about it. Your G5 processor machine can be upgraded to 10.5. You may then download the updates directly from Apple for free using the "Software Update" just under the Apple in the upper left hand corner of your screenscreen to take it to 10.5.8. There is a difference between "Upgrade and update". The Upgrades are paid and the updates are free. I don't remember a time when Apple didn't provide for a cheaper upgrade from the previous system to the next, i.e. 10.2 to 10.3 or 10.4 to 10.5. You can purchase a Full Installation that requires no previous system on your hard drive. The Apple Store does not seem to be selling the 10.5 anymore. But for example, you can go here: http://store.apple.com/us/search?find=OSX+10.5&mco=MTA4MTkyMjY to see the price difference between a System upgrade at $26 or the full installation at $169.00. When doing a Upgrade from a previous system m, it is advisable to do a "Archive and install" to retain proof that you have the previous system so the disk will work again should you have to do a reinstall. Although the Apple store isn't selling the 10.5 disks anymore they may be found on eBay. Go to eBay and do a search for "OSX 10.5 upgrade" I saw two listed tonight for $66.00. Do not buy the gray disks as they are only for specific machines. A upgrade disk may say "Upgrade" on it or "CPU Drop in". The "Full Install" disk scan be found as "OSX 10.5 Retail". You'll find a lot more of those at a higher price. A brand new Retail version can be had at FastMac http://store.fastmac.com/product_info.php?cPath=10_5_7&products_id=359 for $179.95. Please note that once you upgrade to 10.5, the classic 9.2 system option will no longer be available. As for 10.6, you must have a "Intel processor" Mac to install it. I hope this clarifies your options.

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My answer is from experience.  I do this for a living.  I don't just read about it.  Your G5 processor machine can be upgraded to 10.5.  You may then download the updates directly from Apple for free using the "Software Update"  just under the Apple in the upper left hand corner of your screen.   There is a difference between "Upgrade and update".  The Upgrades are paid and the updates are free.  I don't remember a time when Apple didn't provide for a cheaper upgrade from the previous system to the next, i.e.  10.2 to 10.3 or 10.4 to 10.5.  You can purchase a Full Installation that requires no previous system on your hard drive. The Apple Store does not seem to be selling the 10.5 anymore.  But for example, you can go here:  http://store.apple.com/us/search?find=OSX+10.5&mco=MTA4MTkyMjY  to see the price difference between a System upgrade at $26 or the full installation at $169.00.  When doing a Upgrade from a previous system m, it is advisable to do a "Archive and install" to retain proof that you have the previous system so the disk will work again should you have to do a reinstall. Although the Apple store isn't selling the 10.5 disks anymore they may be found on eBay.  Go to eBay and do a search for "OSX 10.5 upgrade" I saw two listed tonight for $66.00.  Do not buy the gray disks as they are only for specific machines.  A upgrade disk may say "Upgrade" on it or "CPU Drop in".  The "Full Install" disk scan be found as "OSX 10.5 Retail".  You'll find a lot more of those at a higher price. A brand new Retail version can be had at FastMac  http://store.fastmac.com/product_info.php?cPath=10_5_7&products_id=359  for $179.95.  Please note that once you upgrade to 10.5, the classic 9.2 system option will no longer be available.  As for 10.6, you must have a "Intel processor" Mac to install it.  I hope this clarifies your options.

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