Updating from mac 10 1 5 to

I've tried several different updates, but they all get halted by the message "Update Installer needed..." I've tried to download the Update Installer direct, but it refuses to allow me to select a destination disk. I don't have a Software Update in the menu and from what i've read, I don't think OSX1 does. I tried to update to 10.1.1 and actually got as far as select destination drive, but again, it wouldn't let me select the harddrive. I don't have a Software Update in the menu and from what i've read, I don't think OSX1 does. I tried to update to 10.1.1 and actually got as far as select destination drive, but again, it wouldn't let me select the harddrive. OK, I've only ever used 10.4 and didn't realize that Software Updates hasn't always been there.Typically it will automatically determine what is needed to bring it up to date and then install it. It refused to boot, but would power on normal in safe mode. My name is Robert Bryant, and I am a computer tech in Central California just south of San Jose.As a daily Mac Pro user, I wanted to provide the Low End Mac community with the necessary steps to take a base model 2006 Mac Pro 1,1 or 2007 2,1 (that can now be easily obtained for under 0) and show you how to make it as modern as any current Mac, while retaining all of the expansion that the older tower style Mac Pros provide.Just like anyone else who frequents Low End Mac, I wanted to get more value out of my Apple hardware.

After a great deal of persistence, I was thrilled to eventually find a native upgrade path (again, many thanks to Tiamo at Mac Rumors) that is not that hard to accomplish.The OS is listed as 10.1 in the system information, so I know it's there.

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