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Discussion in 'macOS' started by cube, Jun 15, 2009.
Well, it seems one does accumulate a lot of crap by countless *upgrades*, because I see the same kind of sluggishness/beachballing at startup/login as in the Cube.
Because the clone is 10.5.7 and the install disks are 10.5.6, I cannot overwrite install, to check if that cleans up anything.
Erase and Install.
It's not surprising. What does version and build ships on the new hardware? The 10.5.6 should support it as well.
I didn't check what version comes with the hardware. It's a 2009 G1 (2.66). It's installing now from the bundled disk.
I also have the 10.5.6 retail, which gave no complaints when checking if I could overwrite.
I wonder what the model identifier spits out now since they're all called MacBook Pros now.
It's a G1 15", not a current G2.
It's not that surprising. I've built Mac Pro images back in the Tiger days using Intel Mac mini discs.
I cloned a PPC machine to Intel, that's the news.
Leopard is universal. PowerPC 74xx to Nehalem.
Who said the system is Universal? It could just as well install different files for PPC and Intel.
Once again I've imaged PowerPC and Intel systems from the same Leopard image.
Well, that is not common knowledge. One of the reasons I didn't buy a new machine for 9 years is because I didn't want to deal with the hassle of manually transferring/reinstalling whatever is scattered around the disk, and ensuring I don't miss anything.
Do all the drivers get installed on every machine?
Is there any way to clean up the system without performing a clean install?