Ask Mac Questions and Get Answers from Experts ASAP
I will try to help you.
Lets try installing older version of Safari
Let me know how it goes.
do I need to uninstall 5.0.1?
I am in the process of downloading now
I am getting a message that says Mac OS X 10.4.11 is required for the newest update outside of 5.0.1, will this be a problem? I am on OS 10.5.8
It will not install the Safari 4.1 Tiger package
Try other options
Like what options?
The instructions says it is for OS 10.4.11 and higher
Is that one possibly an update for safari 4.0?
I will download it and giv eit a try
I can't install safari 4 either
Any other ideas?
Joseph, are you still with me?
Did you uninstall the safari
Yes, I did.
The message I received when trying Safari 4.0 is that it was not compatable with my OS
let me check again
Try from this link
I will give this a try
It will take a few minutes, I don't have a super high speed connection
I am getting the same message as before. Maybe I need to reboot my computer for it to see that there is no Safari installed
book mark this page
This has not worked either.
When I rebooted, Safari 5.0.1 returned to the App folder.
From the Safari Menu Bar, click Safari/Reset Safari. Select the top 5 boxes and click Reset. If that doesn't help, try deleting this file. com.apple.safari.plist/Users/YourName/Library/Preferences. Drag that file from the Preferences folder to the Trash, empty the Trash and restart your Mac.Try repairing disk permissions. Launch Disk Utility. (Applications/Utilities) Select MacintoshHD in the panel on the left, select FirstAid, then click: Repair Disk Permissions. Quit DU when it's finished and reboot.