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Has anyone tried to update software yet through the automatic updater? iLife for example errors out when it hits the iPhoto package. The updates might not be compatible perhaps, but I was curious if anyone else came across this.

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I started from a fresh 10A432 install and everything updated normally like it should, the whole iLife 09 package and all.

Which build are you using? I heard that certain elements won't update if the version is earlier than 10A432.

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I started from a fresh 10A432 install and everything updated normally like it should, the whole iLife 09 package and all.

Which build are you using? I heard that certain elements won't update if the version is earlier than 10A432.


10A432, but perhaps it's like leopard where the download cache can get corrupted and you have to clean it up, still haven't figure it out yet.

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I figured it out; I had to install the iLife support update first. The iLife '09 retail disc I have is from when it first came out, perhaps they've updated it since then.





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