You'll need to enter the license info.
Pro apps like Aperture do better with a clean install rather then a migration. If you have the DVD I'd suggest installing from it and then upgrading to 3.4.3 via software update.
Or else download from here Aperture 3.1 Trial using your serial number to unlock and then doing the upgrade.
OK just remembered there might be an issue with the DVD if it is old. You'll get an error message when you try to install from it. If you do post back and I'll dig up the work around it's fairly straight forward.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 12, 2012 7:09 AM (in response to Frank Caggiano)
are you thinking of the expired certificate problem?
"check with the developer to make sure Aperture works with this version of Mac OS X"
If that error occurs, the date needs to be set to a date before February 2012 during installation.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 12, 2012 9:00 AM (in response to Frank Caggiano)
The new 27" iMac does not come with a DVD reader so I would have to share out the DVD from the MacBook Pro. I do not have the iMac yet, deliveries are tight and may not arrive for a week or two. I will take Frank's advice and install the Aperture 3.1 Trial and apply the license number from the DVD.
Thanks for the most helpful and quick responses,