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    System Updates on a Mac

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    Looks as if your a curve user there is a new software update that will fix memory leaks. Does anyone know how to install it on a blackberry curve using a mac? Seems the update file is .exe and would require Desktop Manager I am using ATT and its the Curve 8310. Basically, can you install this new OS on a blackberry curve without having to use virtual pc software or boot camp?
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    No you must have some form of windows. Either boot camp or parallels or something. Sorry. I'm in the same boat

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    Re: System Updates on a Mac

    if you go under "options" and then "about it will show my current version of os software right, which looks to me to be 4.2.2.170. I am going to see about getting a copy of windows xp, anyone know where to get a cheap copy online. I have leopard and will probably just use boot camp for this then.

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