4 Replies Latest reply: Oct 30, 2009 10:10 PM by rkaufmann87
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I just installed Snow Leopard on my MacBook, and the CD's worked fine. However, when I pop in the disk to install the latest Airport Utility software so I can set up my new AirPort Extreme dual-band base station, the disk makes terrible noises & then gets spit out.

Does anyone know if the software is available for download on the internet? Or, am I able to use the previous version of Airport Utility (5.4.2)? When I try opening that utility, I get the message that the version doesn't support my new base station.

Or do I need to make a trip back to the Apple Store and tell them that this disk is defective?

Any ideas, Mac friends?

MacBook; 1.83 GHz Intel; 1 GB 667 MHz, Mac OS X (10.6), 3rd gen. iPod; 2nd gen. Shuffle; 3rd gen. Nano
Solved by Tesserax on Oct 30, 2009 7:39 PM Solved
The necessary AirPort Utility should have installed with Snow Leopard; however, you can download it from here: AirPort Utility 5.4.2 for Mac