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OK, maybe this is a dumb question, but how can i update a a macbook from 10.4 50 maybe 10.5 or 10.6?
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OK, maybe this is a dumb question, but how can i update a a macbook from 10.4 50 maybe 10.5 or 10.6?

It is not a dumb question, but it has been asked and answered too many times to count. To update your OS, you must purchase a retail copy of MacOS X 10.5 or MacOS X 10.6 and install it. MacOS X 10.5 is no longer available for sale by Apple. Just buy MacOS X 10.6 and go with that.
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I'm told that Apple will still sell you Leopard. It's not a product listed on the Apple Store website. You have to call them. Get the number from the website.

Going from 10.4 to 10.6 is a matter of controversy. Apple wants Tiger users to purchase the Box Set for $169 which includes iWork '09 in it. While it works to purchase the $29 Snow Leopard single license, that's really intended for people who already own Leopard.

You could just buy a new Mac. You'd get SL with it.
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