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10.4.8 "unable to support powerbook 5,7"

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When I got myself A hold of 10.4.8 I got that kernel error.

Do I need some higher version than 10.4.8 to support my powerbook G4?
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That shouldn't be the case...

Don't you already have 10.5.x?
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That shouldn't be the case...

Don't you already have 10.5.x?
Yes but i want to downgrade and run tiger...

I get a kernel Panic. I dont know what to say really
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post #4 of 7
Where did you get the disk? If it's a recovery disk that came with another Mac, it might be the x86 version which won't work on your PPC.

By the way, why downgrade to Tiger? Tiger's great and all, but especially with 10.5.3 out now, Leopard is better than ever.
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Where did you get the disk? If it's a recovery disk that came with another Mac, it might be the x86 version which won't work on your PPC.

By the way, why downgrade to Tiger? Tiger's great and all, but especially with 10.5.3 out now, Leopard is better than ever.
From other people I heard its faster than Leopard (Bec of my hardware)
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post #6 of 7
With that hardware, you won't notice a difference. If you had half the RAM, there might be situations where you would. So just stick with Leopard.
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post #7 of 7
Tiger boots faster than Leopard, but Leopard does desktop work faster in my experience. To me, boot speed isn't worth productivity speed and the features such as Spaces and Time Machine and Quicklook... God, I LOVE Quicklook...

I liked the interface of Tiger a lot better, though. It was soft, whereas Leopard's look is more "chiseled" and hard.
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