Migration Assistant Update for Mac OS X Leopard v1.0
This update addresses an issue with the Migration Assistant application in Mac OSXLeopard that prevents transfer of your personal data, settings, and compatible applications from a Mac running Mac OSXLeopard to a new Mac running Mac OSX Lion.
Mac OS X Leopard: Keyboard Viewer, Character Palette does not appear
Keyboard Viewer, Japanese Kana Palette, and/or Character Palette may not appear in the Input menu or in International preferences in Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. This may occur on some Macs that shipped with Leopard pre-installed. You may encounter this if you use any of these items and migrated your settings from another Mac via Setup Assistant.
Can I upgrade my Mac from Mac OS X Leopard to Lion?
You must install Snow Leopard in order to purchase and download Lion. Also see: Lion System RequirementsMac computer with an Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7, or Xeon processor2GB of memoryOS X v10.6.6 or later (v10.6.8 recommended)7GB of available spaceSome features require an Apple ID; terms apply.
Migration Assistant Update for Mac OS X Snow Leopard v1.0
This update addresses an issue with the Migration Assistant application in Mac OSX Snow Leopard that prevents transfer of your personal data, settings, and compatible applications from a Mac running Mac OSX Snow Leopard to a new Mac running Mac OSX Lion.
Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard: Information to collect before an Erase and Install
Note: Before installing Mac OSX 10.5 (no matter how you will install it), check the Mac OSX 10.5 system requirements. Note: If you already have Leopard installed and have created a Time Machine backup on a different disk, you can simply restore that backup after erasing your disk and installing Leopard. You will not need the rest of this article in this case. You should make sure you know the following before performing an Erase and Install installation of Mac OSX 10.5
Apple Events Server Update OS X Snow Leopard
OSX Snow Leopard 10.6.8
Mac OS X Snow Leopard and malware detection
"Malware" is an abbreviated term for malicious software. Malware includes viruses, worms, trojan horses, and other types of software that can damage the software on your system or violate your privacy. Malware can be installed on your computer when you download content or applications from the Internet, via email, text messaging, or websites. Mac OSX v10.6 Snow Leopard checks for known malware and alerts you so that you do not accidentally install it on your system. Files downloaded via
Boot Camp - Installation and Setup Guide (Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard)
on using your computer with an external optical drive, see the
documentation that came with your computer.
all firmware updates for your computer
For information about updating your computer’s system software and firmware, see
A Mac OSXLeopard installation disc, which can be either of the following:
a Mac OSXLeopard disc (included with all purchased copies of Leopard)
a Mac OSX Install Disc 1 (included with all Macs that have Leopard preinstalled)
At least 10 GB
Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard - Installation and Setup Guide
Mac OSX v10.5 Leopard
Installation and Setup Guide
If you already have Mac OSX v10.3 or later installed on your computer:
All you need to do
is upgrade to Leopard. See “Upgrading Mac OSX” on page 1.
To install a fresh system, erase your hard disk before installing Mac OSX, or install
Go to “Custom Installations” on page 4
To find out what version of Mac OSX you have installed on your computer, choose
) > About This Mac
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