Hi, Mac people. I'm a PC guy, but that's irrelevant. My 16-year-old son wants a Mac for Xmas, so I found a used PowerBook G4 M8981LL/A for $300. I'm just trying to verify that all of the software is up-to-date, and all of the parts work. I did the "Apple", "Software Update". It updated iTunes, and I restarted the system (even though I wasn't told to.) Now, "Software Update" says everything is up-to-date. I inserted an Audio CD, and it says that iTunes needs QuickTime 7.5.5. I can't get that to work. I know nothing about Macs (or Leopards, Tigers, Panthers, Lions, etc...) In Apple > About this Mac > Software, the "Kernel" says "Darwin 9.8.0" Does that mean that this thing was made long before any of those Cats? In Applications, QuickTime is v 7.3. My immediate question... HOW do I get QuickTime up to 7.5.5? Thanks very much for your help, here. (Please excuse the Cats sarcasm/humor).