In article <20030916111320.23450.00000855mb-m19.aol.com>,
[email]slang755aol.com[/email] (Slang755) wrote:
So, now you need to *fix* it if you want to use iPod with it. You got> Hello, stupid question here, but I need some advice about upgrading to OS
> from 9.1. I have the software, but I have been reluctant to do it for some
> due to the "if it aint broke don't fix it" clause. Also, I am using an older
> G3 iMac 400 with 256MB of RAM and I'm a little nervous that 10 is more than
> machine can handle. (Silly concern?)
> I would probably continue to run 9.1 until I got a newer computer, but I just
> received an iPod as a gift and it requires 10.1.5 or higher.
the software for 10.2 now and you should use it now. What won't work in
OS X will work in classic. So, go for it. Once you get used to the new
OS, you will wonder why you didn't update earlier :-).
> I use my iMac to run Photoshop 5.5 and 7.0, CD burning, internet, some sound
> editing applications and very occasionally other image editing software.
> Advice about data back up and software concerns would be greatly appreciated.
> Thank you
Always backup your data. But, you don't need to reinitalize your
computer. Just update 9.1 to 9.2.2 (free updates) and then install Mac