HELP!!!! iTunes update on core duo lion

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    I installed Lion build 11A390 developer preview 1 on my MacBook Pro 1,1. I am running iOS 6.0 on my 4S, and iTunes is a necessity. This is the only issue keeping me from making lion permanent and deleting snow leopard.
     

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    I would go back to snow leopard if I were you, because the Dev preview of Lion isn't going to be very stable, and I wouldn't use it as a permanent OS... and you'd get all of the updates on Safari/ iTunes.

    Wait... I thought Lion didn't work on the Core Duo Processors...???
     
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    I would say the problem is is that you're probably using pirated software since that is a rather old version of Lion and one you should have only if you're a developer.

    Other than that, you're using software on an unsupported version of the OS and a system that the OS isn't supported on. I would suggest fixing both of those.
     
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    (a) Ok if you hate Safari, but you WILL be able to use iTunes 10.6 on Snow Leopard.
    (b) weird... an optical drive should work on ANY version of OS X.

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    I agree
     
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    The point is to see if anyone has made a way to put an Itunes update on the dev preview.

    and If you guys are going on the pirated thing, i bet 90% of the people in the link i posted in comment 3 used a pirated version.

    And I'm tired of snow leopard with all of its bugs.
    There are too many pros over cons for me to go back. I still haven't deleted the partition yet BTW.

    And i think I installed the superdrive 2.1 update. I get a message saying "Superdrive cannot complete burn, and superdrive cannot recover or retry."
     
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    Why not do a clean install of Snow Leopard on its respective partition and see if the bugs are worked out...

    I never had any problem with SL... what are you experiencing?

    I have no idea about iTunes... possibly if you download the newest version on SL then try to open it in Lion from the SL partition?
     
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    well, I have done reinstalls alrady.

    -Overheating. up to 180-190* F
    -No burning. it gives errors.
    -speaker buzzing
    -can't develop apps
    -running sluggish.
    -cant connect to shared usb harddrive on network.

    ALL fixed with lion on my current install.

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    oh, and I copied the dmg to a flash drive then to my lion install, and it didn't work.

    luckily i made 2 seperate lion installs. 1 on the external, and copied the original itunes 10.1.2.... :/
     

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