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My Hard Drive went on my mac and after replacing it and reinstalling OS X 10.6.8 I cannot download Remote Desktop from the app store, it says I need at least OS X 10.7. I use to have Remote Desktop from the app store before I had to replace my hard drive.
Does anyone know where I can download remote desktop for OS X 10.6.8? I already have the remote desktop that is included with Office 2011 but I want the one off the app store. I believe that the last version of the app store one to support OS X 10.6.8 was version 8.0.4... but don't quote me on that.
With every new release of the Mac operating system, there always seems to be a few installation errors that enough people encounter to make us wonder how the OS managed to get through the beta process. The answer can usually be attributed to the difference in the relatively small number of beta users versus the large number of users downloading and installing a new official release of the macOS. When all those new users start to install the OS, the sheer number of Mac hardware, peripherals, and software makes it very likely that some bug that managed to sneak through the beta process will rear its ugly head in the release version.
This message usually shows up as a sheet that drops down from the macOS or OS X installer shortly after you start the install process. It may seem odd but the usual cause is a corrupt installer, and simply deleting the installer app and downloading a new copy will likely fix the issue. The error message seems to occur most often when the Mac installer is downloaded from a third-party site. This is a good reason to download the official copy from the Mac App Store or join the free public beta program if you want to try out a new version of the Mac OS early.
Internet restores are notoriously flacky, and should not be depended on. If you can restore your drive, you should download a copy of the desired version of the macOS. It will land in your applications folder. You can run the installer from there and erase your drive if you want to do a clean install.
The issue might be that you are downloading from an old operating system such as Yosemite to Catalina directly and that will not work. What you will need to do is first upgrade the system to the older version, El Capitan and then upgrade again to Catalina.
You will not find El Capitan download link available on the regular app store so you will have to go to the following link on the official apple website and then scroll down to step 4 and download El Capitan.
Am trying to install a previous version on a new volume and keep getting an error after the install file has downloaded.Turn on mac holding down the correct keys.Black screen appears asking to select network.Network selected and file begins to download.Download finishes and the message is shownapple.com/support -1008f
Reverting to an earlier version like 10.7 or 10.6 can be more complicated, especially without a Time Machine backup. This article provides a detailed look at a recent attempt to revert from 10.10.3 to 10.6.8, without the benefit of a Snow Leopard Time Machine backup. The results were mixed, but mostly positive.
7.) Shut down and boot into the 10.6 installation disc. Note: as of this writing, it was still possible to purchase legacy installers from Apple, for the following operating systems:
16.) Boot back into the 10.6 Installer. At the main screen choose Utilities > Password Reset Utility. Select the system volume, then the user account, and enter a new password. Click Save, then quit the app.
I use a mac mini 4.1 than came with snow leopard I did try out Mountain Lion but found it slowed my computer down too much.I also lost the use of Front row so I went back.I just backed everything up and re en stalled 10.6 with the system discs now everything works fine.
You are right Carl. I see the same thing. I tried Yosemite for some time now mainly to check upon an app that should replace my PPC app that is not running on 10.7+. Well, it was not that good. Going back to 10.6.8 is like back to the future. It looks and behaves so much better. Yosemite is simply a disgrace.
May 06, 2013 Am using a mac 10.6.8 computer with 2.0 GHz intel core 2 duo processor. I have downloaded the latest version of iTunes for my system, but there is an Steps to install iTunes 11.1 on Mac OS X 10.6.8. Sneaking in a few days before its promised September release, the tune-up for Mac OS X Leopard costs $29 for current Leopard users, and packs just enough punch to be worth your money.