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Someone know if information in file SMBIOS.plist it's relevant to realize UPDATE's???

 

I have problem's to update my system from 10.6 to 10.6.1 or .2 or .3 (combo), I think, maybe the problem it's identification off my system, because every file to update system from apple send message indicate:

 

Mac OS X Update Combined can't be installed on this

disk. This volume does not meet the requirements for

this update.

 

 

Maybe know or have some idea what happen, why system indicate that, or where it's possible read (log in system) what requirements not meet.

 

thanks

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The language sounds similar to the language used by the installer when you try to install on an MBR-based system or a GPT system with partitions that don't match Apple's GPT partitioning guidelines. What type of disk are you using (MBR, GPT, or hybrid), and do you have unpartitioned space after the installation partition, as Apple suggests?

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The language sounds similar to the language used by the installer when you try to install on an MBR-based system or a GPT system with partitions that don't match Apple's GPT partitioning guidelines. What type of disk are you using (MBR, GPT, or hybrid), and do you have unpartitioned space after the installation partition, as Apple suggests?

Disk Description : FUJITSU MHW2160BJ FFS G2 Total Capacity : 160.04 GB (160,041,885,696 Bytes)

Connection Bus : SATA Write Status : Read/Write

Connection Type : Internal S.M.A.R.T. Status : Verified

Partition Map Scheme : GUID Partition Table

 

 

 

Mount Point : / Capacity : 159.7 GB (159,697,911,808 Bytes)

Format : Mac OS Extended (Journaled) Available : 63.69 GB (63,685,521,408 Bytes)

Owners Enabled : Yes Used : 96.01 GB (96,012,390,400 Bytes)

Number of Folders : 190,934 Number of Files : 755,46

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I format a new HD with GUI, and not reserve space, all disk it's used only for MAC OS X

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At first glance, the disk's specs seem to meet all of Apple's requirements for GPT, so my hypothesis is looking pretty shaky. Maybe they just use similar language for a number of different problems. If so, I'm afraid I don't have any other ideas at the moment.

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But you try, I have post in many sites in last 3 days and no one response, I have a litle frustation, and have one answer it's a begining, I try reinstall again Snow Leopard, maybe in a fresh install, like windows, this thing somewhre fix it..

 

Thank's man.

At first glance, the disk's specs seem to meet all of Apple's requirements for GPT, so my hypothesis is looking pretty shaky. Maybe they just use similar language for a number of different problems. If so, I'm afraid I don't have any other ideas at the moment.
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