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Is the G-SPEED eS compatible with OSX 10.5 / Leopard?

In order to use your G-Speed eS with Mac OS X Leopard, you will need to download and install the latest driver using the following link:

G-Speed eS Driver update

G-Speed eS Driver Intallation Guide

* Note: You must UNINSTALL the G-Speed eS driver before upgrading to the latest version -- please see the Installation Guide for details.

 


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Article ID: 24 Article Created: 08-06-2009 21:50 PMLast Modified: 08-01-2013 13:21 PM

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