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Any retail install DVD that has a later operating system than the one your computer came with will work the same way your original install disk does. If you can buy/beg/borrow/steal a retail install disk that came out after your computer, you can:
 
# boot from it
# run Disk Utility to repair your hard drive and permissions
# (if necessary) do a clean install of the OS
 
Check [http://www.everymac.com/|EveryMac] for the list of compatible operating systems. Search for your particular generation of MBP, then scroll down to the bottom of the window for "Pre-Installed MacOS" and "Maximum MacOS".
 
NOTE: Although you can't use an installer disk for another computer model to install an OS, you can use it to run repair utilities. For example, a 10.5.4 DVD marked for an early 2008 MBP will not install 10.5.4 on an ealryearly 2008 iMac. But you can use the MBP disk to boot the iMac and run Disk Utility or Password Reset.
NOTE: Although you can't use an installer disk for another computer model to install an OS, you can use it to run repair utilities. For example, a 10.5.4 DVD marked for an early 2008 MBP will not install 10.5.4 on an ealryearly 2008 iMac. But you can use the MBP disk to boot the iMac and run Disk Utility or Password Reset.

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Any retail install DVD that has a later operating system than the one your computer came with will work the same way your original install disk does. If you can buy/beg/borrow/steal a retail install disk that came out after your computer, you can:
 
# boot from it
# run Disk Utility to repair your hard drive and permissions
# (if necessary) do a clean install of the OS
 
Check [http://www.everymac.com/|EveryMac] for the list of compatible operating systems. Search for your particular generation of MBP, then scroll down to the bottom of the window for "Pre-Installed MacOS" and "Maximum MacOS".
 
NOTE: Although you can't use an installer disk for another computer model to install an OS, you can use it to run repair utilities. For example, a 10.5.4 DVD marked for an early 2008 MBP will not install 10.5.4 on an ealry 2008 iMac. But you can use the MBP disk to boot the iMac and run Disk Utility or Password Reset.

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Message d'origine par : adlerpe ,

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Any retail install DVD that has a later operating system than the one your computer came with will work the same way your original install disk does. If you can buy/beg/borrow/steal a retail install disk that came out after your computer, you can:

# boot from it
# run Disk Utility to repair your hard drive and permissions
# (if necessary) do a clean install of the OS

Check [http://www.everymac.com/|EveryMac] for the list of compatible operating systems. Search for your particular generation of MBP, then scroll down to the bottom of the window for "Pre-Installed MacOS" and "Maximum MacOS".

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