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May 02, 2011 by Paul | Posted in Desktops

IMac OS Tiger upgrading?

Hi, I just bought a Apple iMac (MA589LL/A) (20", 2.16 GHz Core 2 Duo, 1 GB, 250 GB) Running Tiger (Sent with original disks) I see on eBay: QTY-1 IMAC MAC OS X INSTALL DVD MAC OS VERSION 10.6.1 DISC VERSION 1.0 2Z691-6588-A QTY-1 IMAC APPLICATIONS INSTALL DVD AHT VERSION 3A180 DISC VERSION 1.0 2Z691-6589-A Price=10.00 I did some research and it looks like you can upgrade from Tiger to Snow Leopard using the 29.99 disks. First, is that true? Second, can I use the above disks from eBay and save a few bucks? Or best to go to the Apple Store and pay the 29.99? Any ups or downs to this? Trying to avoid buying the Mac Box Set, really don't iLife or iWork. Any insight would be great!


The 29.99 upgrade does not include any iLife apps... and some of the old 10.4 ones will NOT work on it... which is why they sell a more expensive 10.4 - 10.6 upgrade that comes with new iLife apps. If you do not want any of the iLife apps, then no big deal... the 29.99 upgrade is only supposed to be for 10.5 machines, but you can do a full install technically on a machine that has no OS. Do not buy 10.6 from ebay unless its a retail copy. If it came bundled with an iMac, it will only work right on the same exact make/model of iMac it came with... not on yours.

| May 02, 2011
SilverTonguedDevil | May 02, 2011
"you can upgrade from Tiger to Snow Leopard" Not really true. You cannot install Snow Leopard over Tiger. You can erase the drive, and then install Snow Leopard. That's right, you have to erase all your documents and applications. Yes, you will find many forums online with claims of "Upgrade from Tiger to Snow Leopard", but when you read all the details, you see they ALWAYS erased the drive before installing Snow Leopard. If there is no longer any trace of Tiger on the drive, how can you upgrade Tiger? Technically, you could avoid erasing the drive by using target disk mode connected to another Firewire Mac, hide the System folder and Library folder inside some other folder, thus making Tiger completely hidden from the installer and then install Snow Leopard, but that still doesn't actually upgrade the Tiger system. It disables and hides the Tiger system. None of your previously installed apps that have essential files in the Library of Tiger will be working after such a false upgrade. You could also make a new partition for Snow Leopard, but just like hiding the Tiger system, it won't leave essential Library files of your apps in the Snow Leopard Library. You will need a retail DVD to install Snow Leopard. There is no other option. You do not need to buy the Mac Box Set if you don't need both iLife and iWork. BTW, "doh123" says "...some of the old 10.4 ones will NOT work on it" Not true, if we are talking about iLife '06. All those apps work fine in OS 10.6.
Mar 28, 2011 by Panic74 | Posted in Software

Help! Installing Snow Leopard from Tiger?

I am a complete Mac newbie. I have a Tiger intel iMac that I need to upgrade. My confusion is I see 50/50 success of people buying the $29 upgrade disc vs 100% success when buying the MAc box set of Snow leopard for $129. My question is technical - do I HAVE to wipe the drive and install or will the box set "upgrade" Tiger? I'll back everything up obviously to be careful but I'm fearful of something going wrong as I've never done this before on the Mac.


The safest way to upgrade to a newer Mac OS X generation is not to 'update', but to erase the hard drive and make a fresh new installation – it really isn't difficult and you make sure this way that hidden file system damages, bugs, or incompatible components don't make it to the new system (it's a huge step from 10.4 to 10.6.) Also, check all your applications for Snow Leopard compatible versions / updates and install these. In this sense, whether you take the $29 DVD or the $129 package with iWork and iLife is not a technical issue, just a budget and preference question (some prefer MS Office or one of the 3 OpenOffice packages). Garageband and iMovie'11 can be bought separately from the new Mac App Store. The other thing to consider is the amount of RAM. If you have 4 GB, you'll be ok. 2 GB is the least you should have, but this is where I would start thinking about adding RAM up to 4 GB (consult the printed manual).

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ELfaGeek | Mar 28, 2011
According to Apple Tech Support, the Mac Box Set ($129) is mandatory, when upgrading from OS X Tiger. Read and follow the Upgrade instructions, and choose the "Archive and Install" Option. It saves all your personal data, and tries to save all Snow Leopard-compatible Apps. BUT, Apple RECOMMENDS that you Back Up all your personal data, FIRST, just in case. I used Time Machine (in OS X Leopard) for that with an External USB Hard drive. OS X Tiger tips, and CCC, are here:

Mac Os X 10.4 Tiger Imac Install Disc Set - Bookshelf

Take Control of Upgrading to Tiger

Creator: Joe Kissell | Computers - 2007

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Mac OSX Bible Tiger Edition

Creator: Samuel A. Litt | Computers - 2005-07-01

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* The definitive, 100% complete handbook and reference for the more than 12 million Mac OS X users has been improved and expanded to include essential expert guidance and advice on all of Tiger's new features* Tiger boasts more than 150 new features including Spotlight, the new system-wide search tool; Dashboard, which provides instant access to accessory programs; and iChatAV, which allows users to videoconference with up to three additional people* Packed with useful tips and secrets on installation, taking advantage of hot new features, setting up OS X on a network, running older apps in emulation mode, using Sherlock "X," AirPort, iChat, iCal, Address Book, Mail, QuickTime "X", and other Tiger features* Includes updates to iLife and the latest built-in Tiger apps


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    Mac OS X version 10.6.3 Snow Leopard (Mac computer with an Intel processor required)

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    Rating (810 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    Apple

    Great, but not essential...

    Is Apple's latest operating system, Snow Leopard, a strong, reliable OS that demonstrates the versatility of Macs? YesThat being said, is Snow Leopard an essential upgrade? No, not exactly.THE DIFFERENCE IS NOT THAT DRASTICThe differences between Apple's "Tiger" OS (10.4) and "Leopard" (10.5) were very noticeable, and there were many improvements that made the upgrade worthwhile. Such as Time Machine, Boot Camp, Quick Look, and many more The bulk of changes between Leopard (10.5) and this latest release, "Snow Leopard" (10.6), are "under the hood" so to speak, and therefore the average user might not notice as much of a change as they'd expect with an OS upgrade. But then again, why fix a bone that's not broken? Leopard was a success, and Snow Leopard improves on it, without radically altering the user experience. The majority of improvements affect system reliability, speed, and resourcefulness. There is also Microsoft Exchange support, which is great... 5/5 Cinnamon - See all my reviews This review is from: Mac OS X version 10.6.3 Snow Leopard (Mac computer with an Intel processor required) (Software) Is Apple's latest operating system, Snow Leopard, a strong, reliable OS that demonstrates the versatility of Macs? YesThat being said, is Snow Leopard an essential upgrade? No, not exactly.THE DIFFERENCE IS NOT THAT DRASTICThe differences between Apple's "Tiger" OS (10.4) and "Leopard" (10.5) were very noticeable, and there were many improvements that made the upgrade worthwhile. Such as Time Machine, Boot Camp, Quick Look, and many more The bulk of changes between Leopard (10.5) and this latest release, "Snow Leopard" (10.6), are "under the hood" so to speak, and therefore the average user might not notice as much of a change as they'd expect with an OS upgrade. But then again, why fix a bone that's not broken? Leopard was a success, and Snow Leopard improves on it, without radically altering the user experience. The majority of improvements affect system reliability, speed, and resourcefulness. There is also Microsoft Exchange support, which is great... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 28, 2009

    A bargain for the price and an OS for the future

    The most remarkable thing about Snow Leopard is simply that it can be installed on a Mac running Tiger. You do not need to pay the money to buy the boxed set to upgrade if you never upgraded to Leopard. This means that you can upgrade a Tiger computer to Leopard using this disk. It is up to the user to determine if they have an ethical problem with that; Apple certainly knew that this was possible when they released the software: they understand and use DRM effectively and always have. The fact it is missing here tells me that they are primarily concerned with getting Snow Leopard unto as many computers as possible as fast as possible. I am sure part of that is the desire to have Snow Leopard outperform Windows 7 which debuts in October.So what do you get with Snow Leopard? The answer is largely performance boosts, although many of those are not really applicable (yet) since few (virtually none) third party applications use the performance gains offered by Snow Leopard... 5/5 Nathan Beauchamp "ConsumerAdvocate (nathan(at... (Oak Park, IL USA) - See all my reviews, August 28, 2009

    Nice New Features, But Far From Perfect...

    I upgraded my Leopard-equipped late 2006 Black MacBook to Snow Leopard. I had it on pre-order all week and delivered on release date. It doesn't boast a whole lot of new stuff to it, but I like the new features it does have, and I love the fact that it takes up so much less hard drive space on my MacBook (I gained an amazing 29 gigabytes of space). I also noticed a pretty good speed boost after upgrading.I really love the new Dock Expose, and how I can look at just one particular application in Expose instead of all the open windows in any given space. It makes finding things a lot easier. I also like the fact that you can now resize your icons in the finder. Dock scrolling (with magnification) and cover flow have been smoothed out greatly which makes it that much more attractive. Quicktime X is a pretty good movie recorder and the interface looks a lot better than previous version of Quicktime. Some other refinements are pretty nice as well.64-bit support is... 3/5 LG - See all my reviews This review is from: Mac OS X version 10.6.3 Snow Leopard (Mac computer with an Intel processor required) (Software) I upgraded my Leopard-equipped late 2006 Black MacBook to Snow Leopard. I had it on pre-order all week and delivered on release date. It doesn't boast a whole lot of new stuff to it, but I like the new features it does have, and I love the fact that it takes up so much less hard drive space on my MacBook (I gained an amazing 29 gigabytes of space). I also noticed a pretty good speed boost after upgrading.I really love the new Dock Expose, and how I can look at just one particular application in Expose instead of all the open windows in any given space. It makes finding things a lot easier. I also like the fact that you can now resize your icons in the finder. Dock scrolling (with magnification) and cover flow have been smoothed out greatly which makes it that much more attractive. Quicktime X is a pretty good movie recorder and the interface looks a lot better than previous version of Quicktime. Some other refinements are pretty nice as well.64-bit support is... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 30, 2009
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    Mac OS X 10.3 Panther [OLD VERSION]

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    Not a major upgrade but a nice one

    Mac OS X 10.3 Panther is not the substantial upgrade that 10.2 Jaguar (made "snappier" with Quartz Extreme) and 10.1 Puma (the first Mac OS X usable for the masses) represented. It does, however, add many welcome features and is particularly recommended for notebook (iBook and PowerBook G4) and PowerMac G5 users.It is difficult to list every new feature (Apple claims 150 new features). I will describe only the major ones (as well as my personal favorites).The most significant addition is Exposé, which upon a key press or a mouse gesture, shrinks all running windows so you can see them all. Click on one of the windows, it zooms in to a normal size. It is very cool and very effective, possibly the most revolutionary window management technology since the dawn of windowing graphical user interface. Even more impressive, all the windows continue to update themselves even when they shrink, giving you the "control center" view of running applications... 4/5 NutMac "NutMac" (Mountain View, CA) - See all my reviews, October 29, 2003

    Another quantum leap.

    0 5/5 Maine Writer "David" (Maine, USA) - See all my reviews, October 10, 2003

    Panther Delivers

    Oops! Hit save twice without meaning to, and I can't seem to edit out the rest of this review. Sorry!I ordered this product because I was suffering some difficulties with an earlier version of OS X (10.2.8), and because this one promised some nice improvements and a speed jump.Goodness.Installation was a snap. Several online news sources strongly recommended running disk and permissions repair from the Disk Utility; that took about a half-hour for both--I have a 40GB drive. Then I ran the installer, clicked maybe four buttons, and another twenty minutes later I was running 10.3. Not only does it look cool and contain some fabulous interface improvements--Exposé alone is one of those OS doodads you wonder how you ever got along without, and I can finally run the HP driver for my home-networked DeskJet--but the speed and responsiveness of my computer has bumped--this is a subjective measure, but I think a good one--probably 15-25%.It's... 5/5 David Kudler (Mill Valley, California) - See all my reviews, November 8, 2003
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  • Aspyr Media

    Sid Meier's Civilization V - Mac

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  • Apple

    Apple Mac OS X Version 10.5.6 Leopard (OLD VERSION)

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    List Price: $129.99

    Easily and automatically back up and restore lost files or a complete Mac with Time Machine
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  • Apple Computer

    Apple Mac mini MB138LL/A (1.83 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 1 GB RAM, 80 GB Hard Drive, Combo Drive)

    Personal Computer (Apple Computer)

    Rating (111 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    Apple Computer

    great little Mac

    I bought this mini to replace a 1.42 GHz G4 mini that just couldn't handle my 6,000+ pictures in iPhoto anymore. It took 1-2 minutes before I could do anything in iPhoto after I opened it.When I got this machine, I immediately replaced the two 512 MB sticks with two 1 GB sticks that I bought online for about $35 each (much cheaper than Apple). I also had an existing 200GB external drive which is the same form factor as the mini and sits underneath it in addition to a Belkin USB hub (same form factor as well), since you can never have enough USB 2.0 ports.The machine is great and much faster than my old Power PC mini. iPhoto opens very quickly and I can immediately browse through all my film rolls, even with other programs, such as Safari and Eudora, running. I am glad I waited until Apple changed from the Core Duo to the Core 2 Duo, although I am not sure how much difference there is between the newer and older Intel mini.I also love the included remote for iLife... 4/5 TechGeek "TXcrude" (Houston, TX USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Apple Mac mini MB139LL/A (2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 1 GB RAM, 120 GB Hard Drive, SuperDrive) (Personal Computers) I bought this mini to replace a 1.42 GHz G4 mini that just couldn't handle my 6,000+ pictures in iPhoto anymore. It took 1-2 minutes before I could do anything in iPhoto after I opened it.When I got this machine, I immediately replaced the two 512 MB sticks with two 1 GB sticks that I bought online for about $35 each (much cheaper than Apple). I also had an existing 200GB external drive which is the same form factor as the mini and sits underneath it in addition to a Belkin USB hub (same form factor as well), since you can never have enough USB 2.0 ports.The machine is great and much faster than my old Power PC mini. iPhoto opens very quickly and I can immediately browse through all my film rolls, even with other programs, such as Safari and Eudora, running. I am glad I waited until Apple changed from the Core Duo to the Core 2 Duo, although I am not sure how much difference there is between the newer and older Intel mini.I also love the included remote for iLife... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 21, 2007

    Pretty awesome for such a little guy.

    I have a 3 year old powerbook and this cheap mac mini runs circles around it!! Even though it's completely low end, it's still fast enough to watch 720P HDTV and movies.I upgraded it with 3GB of ram (though you have to do that yourself, apple will only install 2GB, but 50% more ram makes it MUCH faster. (the max it will recognize is 3.3GB but you'd have to install 4gb for that.. so it's kind of a waste)You can EASILY hook it up to an HDTV through DVI-DVI, DVI-HDMI, or DVI-VGA. I do this when I download either a broadcast HDTV show or to watch a recorded show or movie from my cable box. You can record a digital stream to the mac mini through the Firewire connection of your cable box.I recommend getting an external hard drive, and just using the internal drive for applications.It seems to keep things snappy.Anyway, I bought this mainly because I need to do 4 illustrations at 4 feet by 6 feet, I used Illustrator, Photoshop,... 4/5 Pigumon (Bay Area, CA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Apple Mac mini MB139LL/A (2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 1 GB RAM, 120 GB Hard Drive, SuperDrive) (Personal Computers) I have a 3 year old powerbook and this cheap mac mini runs circles around it!! Even though it's completely low end, it's still fast enough to watch 720P HDTV and movies.I upgraded it with 3GB of ram (though you have to do that yourself, apple will only install 2GB, but 50% more ram makes it MUCH faster. (the max it will recognize is 3.3GB but you'd have to install 4gb for that.. so it's kind of a waste)You can EASILY hook it up to an HDTV through DVI-DVI, DVI-HDMI, or DVI-VGA. I do this when I download either a broadcast HDTV show or to watch a recorded show or movie from my cable box. You can record a digital stream to the mac mini through the Firewire connection of your cable box.I recommend getting an external hard drive, and just using the internal drive for applications.It seems to keep things snappy.Anyway, I bought this mainly because I need to do 4 illustrations at 4 feet by 6 feet, I used Illustrator, Photoshop,... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 5, 2007

    Especially for those who like to customize peripherals (4+ stars)

    This little Mac CPU is perfect for people who want a powerful but inexpensive CPU without the frills. Just 2.5" high and 6.5" square, it fits almost anywhere: on a desk, in a drawer, on a narrow shelf. The unit comes with a Mac SuperDrive for burning and playing DVD/CDs, a remote control, BlueTooth technology, the iLife Suite (iPhoto, iTunes, Garage Band, Photo Booth, iMovie, etc.), and the newest OS X Leopard (on CDs, not installed.) That's it. You have to buy your own keyboard, mouse, monitor, and anything else you'd like to add.Pros:-- This little guy is fast and reliable. The 1 GB RAM is good enough for most users, although you can expand to 2 GB. (See Cons.)-- Size. No more towers!-- Leopard is utterly fantastic. Make sure you take the "tour" to fully appreciate its capabilities and features since many aren't immediately obvious. It allows easy sharing of files within a network, wireless or otherwise, automatics back-ups... 4/5 Debbie Lee Wesselmann (the Lehigh Valley, PA) - See all my reviews, March 16, 2008
    List Price: $499.00
    Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard, iLife '08, and Front Row software included
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    1 GB DDR2 SDRAM (expandable to 2 GB), 80 GB SATA hard drive, and slot-loading slot-loading Combo drive (DVD-ROM/CD-RW)
    1.83 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 667 MHz system bus
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  • Apple

    Mac Box Set - Old Version

    Software (Apple)
    List Price: $129.00

    Featuring Mac OS X Snow Leopard and the latest versions of iLife and iWork, the Mac Box Set is the next best thing to getting a new Mac.
    Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard installs easily, works with the software and accessories you already have, and is more streamlined, secure, and powerful than ever
    Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard installs easily, works with the software
    And accessories you already have, and is more streamlined, secure, and powerful than ever.
    iLife '11 helps you do more with photos, movies, and music than you ever thought possible; featuring the new iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand.
    Give your Mac the upgrades it deserves with the latest versions of your Apple software--all in one box
    iWork '09 gives you everything you need to make impressive documents, spreadsheets, and presentations in minutes; includes Pages '09, Numbers '09, and Keynote '09
    Give your Mac the upgrades it deserves with the latest versions of your Apple software--all in one box.
    Featuring Mac OS X Snow Leopard and the latest versions of iLife and iWork, the Mac Box Set is the next best thing to getting a new Mac
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