I don't recall anything about a needed firmware update for that machine, but I could be wrong. That's about the only other thing I can think of. I was going to ask about available disk space, but you say it won't get that far, which makes me think of firmware. If I can think of anything else....<br><br>
#8509 - 06/03/0209:03 AMRe: why will mac os x server not install on DP450
wow. i was digging around the contents of the core system included with the OS X installer and the finder version is 8.5.1!!??!żż<br><br>i really went out on a limb and read the read me file (imagine that!), turns out the system requirements is a PowerMac Server G3...<br><br>i thought that all flavors of OS X were post-G3 era<br><br>
odd, sounds like a firmware patch might be able to trick the installer, but honestly, I'd have no idea where to begin on that front<br><br>Statistics are like a bikini. What they reveal is suggestive, but what they conceal is vital.<br>-- Aaron Levenstein
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