iMac G4 Upgrades (part 2): Mac OS 10.5 Leopard installation

So, the wait is over! Only one day of waiting. I’m installing Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard in this video. If you haven’t watched the first part yet, I highly recommend you to watch it first. The more updated an old Mac is, the better it is. It was running Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger, but it’s becoming an outdated system, so I prefer staying with the latest version compatible on this Mac.

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  1. TOUCHYFIBER692 VLOGS says:

    hey great video is there a way to install OS X Leopard onto this G4 1Ghz using a usb flash drive my disk drive is wonky and doesnt seem to wana read my os x leopard disk i have if so how do i do this?

  2. Bellbird Tech says:

    can you install OS X leopard through usb 1.1

  3. Gage Parker says:

    Can I upgrade from Mac OS X Tiger to Mac OS X Leopard without clearing my hard drive?

  4. Carlos Hernandez says:

    hey dude im sorry to bother.Your videos always help.I have an imac probably the oldest one.Im trying to restart it with the leopard cd.But once it goes in and tells me i qccept everything but it asks me to select where i want to install it too but it does not give me an option

  5. Sara del Grosso says:

    Your email? I need help con leopard.

  6. Elliot Ward says:

    How did you get Leopard onto the iMac? I have the Disk but it doesn't work with my system. What disk image did you use?

  7. TechMaster says:

    No, nothing was hacked. The iMac have all the requirements to upgrade, and the USB was large enough to store the install disk in, if I got it right.

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