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Note the original question asked why Apple shipped an old version of bash and then asked how to upgrade. This is an answer to the original. If the question is just the latter then it is a duplicate You would have to ask Apple as to why. However I would note that bash is now licensed under GPLv3 and 3.2.57 is the last version released under GPL2. As bash ...


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At the present time the latest version of Google Chrome is: 50.0.2661.94 Under OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5... If you do not have Google Chrome installed, and you download a copy and install it, the version will show as: 49.0.2623.112 If you then try to update it through Google Chrome it will report: "Google Chrome is up to date." Note that the ...


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Yes, you can go ahead and install El Capitan to the smaller partition. You just need to run the "Install OS X El Capitan" application and select the proper destination volume. I would first use the Disk Utility application to erase this destination volume. You do not have to use a USB drive to install El Capitan. During the installation, the Recovery ...


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MacTracker says this version MacBookPro2,2 can have Mac OS X 10.7.5 as maximum OS. As 10.7.5 needs at least 2GB memory and you have 3GB, I think you would have no problem upgrading to 10.7.5.


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The slot is proprietary, and it is not an M.2 or mSATA slot. I have seen no adapters on the market that will allow you to connect an ordinary SATA drive to the proprietary connector. Such an adapter would need to include an amount of electronics, as it is a completely different interface - i.e. it is not just a passive adapter. The only other supplier of ...


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I have an iMac 27 Late 2012 and I upgraded my SSD. The fusion drive is a misnomer - it's actually two drives. There is an PCIe SSD, probably about 128GB that attached to the logic board, then there's a 3.5" 1TB HDD. Technically, you could upgrade the PCIe blade SSD drive, but after some research, I found it wasn't really economical. All you need is a ...


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Warning: before trying my solution, ensure you have a complete backup of your hard drive (usually Macintosh HD) Before trying the method below, try the following: Open Disk Utility (booting to Recovery Mode by holding cmdR while starting your Mac, select Disk Utility in the OS X Utilities menu) Select your main volume (usually Macintosh HD) Select First ...


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I have ordered and installed the new SSD product from OWC for upgrading that specific model of MacBook Pro. The ordering process was simple, payment went through without problems and the drive was delivered 2 days later even though I'm in Europe. The package came with great instructions and even the necessary screwdrivers. On the other hand, the SSD is ...


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I've bought a number of OWC products include SSD's for older MBP and MBA models. Always been satisfied. That said, I recall reading a review that said there was a problem installing Bootcamp on the latest upgrades so I'd check with OWC tech support before ordering.



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