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    Default 2004 Imac G5 OSX needed

    I have been given a 2004 Imac G5 with a crashed hard drive , just wondering if anyone would have the install disks for this machine. I would like to purchase either the original or just a copy of the disks. Thanks

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    You need to stipulate which version of OS X you require, as several versions will run on the machine mentioned.

    It was produced in 2004 and 2005 and originally came out with Mac OS X 10.3 or OS X 10.4.

    The precise model can be ascertained from the serial number, which will be found on the case as indicated at .

    A table listing the various models can be found at .

    More info on the page at .

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    ok its a Powermac 12,1 and originally came with OSX10.4.11 however it will run anything up to OSX 10.5.8. Its a 20 inch model with isight camera.

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    Dunno whether this is any good Crypto;

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    Or this one?



    Look out for malware, not saying there is but....
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    Thanks Al , that looks like it will do the trick.

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