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  • Upgrading an older iMac to Mac OS Mojave


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    "This version of macOS 10.14 cannot be installed on this computer."

    even though I quadrupled the memory and installed a SSD?

    Anyone know what other parts are prohibiting the OS upgrade? Or is it just Apple's way of forcing everyone to buy a new computer?

    Is there a workaround? Why do I doubt it? 



    It has to do with your older graphics card. Research more on Metal. @LNN


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