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Two million Leopards sold: causing frequent crashes

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Posted October 31, 2007 by admin in News

For those who have not yet installed Leopard, the Unsanity APE app provides an uninstaller that can be used first to remove the framework before the new operating system is installed. Alternatively, users can use the “archive and install” option, which places a new copy of Leopard on the user’s computer while moving older operating system files to another folder. That would have the effect of moving the potentially offending APE software to a location where it can do little to interfere with the installation process. Apple was not available for comment Friday night, but an Australian user claimed that support said the phones had been ringing “nonstop” over the problem since 9 a.m. local time. Australia was one of the first countries where Mac users got their hands on Leopard.

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