8 Replies Latest reply: Sep 23, 2009 5:39 PM by donv (The Ghost)
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I have an iMac (it's running the latest version of Leopard - updates and all) and a MacBook Pro (same OS). I purchased the family pack for Snow Leopard upgrade (up to 5 machines).

I installed it on my MacBook Pro and it went perfectly. Install went fine, system runs fine. However, trying to install it on my iMac has been a problem.

I start the installation and it seems to start just fine. After about 10-15 minutes, the install screen reports about 50 minutes to go. At that point, the system reboots, spits out the Snow Leopard install disk and books to Leopard, asking me for my login password. The system then continued to load just like it always did, indicating the current OS (under the "About this Mac") is 10.5.8.

I get no errors or anything from the Snow Leopard installation when it reboots. I just does and dumps the install process. I have plenty of free disk space, so that's no t the problem. Any ideas? Thanks.


MacBook Pro, iMac, Mac OS X (10.5.8)