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Nanat Level 1 Level 1
I lost my safari, and i cant find the original safari anywhere.. How could i find the original safari? Because i really need it immediately.. Some says that we could install it from the original disc, but the disc is not with me now.. Is there any other way for me to get my safari back? Please help me..


MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.5.1)
  • smithrj Level 4 Level 4
    Morning, you may download Safari from.


    Your Welcome.

  • Nanat Level 1 Level 1
    i've tried it before, but it only tells you to check the software updates..
    the download link is only for Windows, not for MAC..

    any other way?

    Thank You
  • Joseph Kriz Level 5 Level 5
    You can extract and install Safari from the Leopard disk by using Pacifist.
    You can download Pacifist from or

       Joseph Kriz

  • Nanat Level 1 Level 1
    both site still directs to
    i still cant find the way to get my safari back..
  • Joseph Kriz Level 5 Level 5
    You have some other kind of problem if you can't get to those 2 sites.

    Clear your cache... restart.. or do something so you can go here:

       Joseph Kriz

  • Eric Westby Level 4 Level 4
    I think the original poster misunderstood you, and thought you were claiming that one could download Safari from those two sites. But as was noted before, Safari for Mac OS X is not available for download.

    Unfortunately, the original poster also noted that s/he doesn't have the computer's original discs at present, so Pacifist is of no help until the they become available.

    I'm afraid there's no other way to reinstall Safari without the appropriate installer disc.
  • Joseph Kriz Level 5 Level 5

    Yeah... Still not sure.
    They say they couldn't find the original disk(s).....

    Does this mean they also lost the Leopard disk?
    As you know, they can install Safari from the Leopard disk using Pacifist.

    If they lost all the original disks and the new Leopard disk, then they are out of luck.
  • imac007 Level 3 Level 3
    Safari 3 beta is no longer available as a download from the Apple site.
    It is however, part of the Mac OS X 10.4.11 update.
    You won't be able to run the update but you may be able to download Pacifist and use that program to load the update package and select Safari in the Applications part of the update and then install it.
    I have not done this but can't think of any other way.
    You could download and install Firefox, Netscape or some other browser until you get your disk.
  • Joseph Kriz Level 5 Level 5

    I believe Netscape is dead. Just like Internet Explorer.
    Both of the above will work on some computers but they are no longer developing them.

    FireFox, Camino, Omni Web and Safari seem to be the best choices.
  • imac007 Level 3 Level 3
    Netscape Browsers will no longer be supported as of March 1.
    Until then the browser is available as a download and supported.
    Netscape Navigator
    Recommended Configuration
    PowerPC G4 or Intel processor
    512 MB of RAM
    150 MB of free disk space

    Another available browser is Opera.
  • Joseph Kriz Level 5 Level 5
    Forgot about Opera...

    Who wants something that is heading for the recycle bin like Netscape..... ?
    I tossed all my copies.
    Netscape used to be great. I have used it since the beginning. Hate to see it go.
  • imac007 Level 3 Level 3
    He just needs something for a day or two until he can get Safari back.
  • Nanat Level 1 Level 1
    okay.. so i'm going to install some other browser until i can find the way to get my safari back.. thanks for helping me..

    but if someone know, please tell me as soo as possible!

    Thank you..
  • Nanat Level 1 Level 1
    Oh ya, can i copy it from another computer? i got PowerBook G4.. and i already update the safari to the latest version.. If possible, please tell me how to copy it..

    Thank You
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