Good morning, I tried running the 10.5.2 update on my 1.6Ghz G5 PowerMac. After trying to install, it gave an error and said that it couldn't and that the volume that I was trying to install from might be corrupted. I tried to install from Software Updater under the Apple Menu. Since that didn't work, I went to Apple's website to download the combo 10.5.2 updater. Same error. So the next day, I restarted my Mac, and it can't get past the grey Apple screen with the spinning gear. I tried repairing the HDD from the Leopard disc and it gave a bunch of red errors. Luckily, I have two HDDs on my Mac with 10.5, but the second HDD had problems with 10.5 also and it will only let me log in as a secondary user account that I made, not my primary administrative account. Anyway, I'm thinking about getting Disk Warrior to try to see if that might first my primary HDD, but I want to get my stuff (like my iTunes media) off the HDD before I do that in case it screws something else up. Should I just get a Time Capsule to move all my data to? I'm thinking about getting a new computer within the next two months, but I don't want to risk losing my iTunes data and other information. Any help would be great.