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Can't install software in Yosemite 10.10.2

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I have correctly installed Yosemite 10.10.2 in my Hackintosh, and it seems to run fine.

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The big problem comes when trying to install other software. A system message pops up saying "CAN´T INSTALL THIS SOFTWARE BECAUSE YOU NEED OSX 10.7 OR HIGHER"

What?????

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I've checked the specifications in the "About this Mac" section and it says correctly 10.10.2... still the installer doesn't seems to recognize it. I believe there have to be an issue, either with the installer, or with a script system where is written an older version and has to be changes.

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Any help with this???

thanks.

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Navigate to System/Library/CoreServices/Systemversion.plist

drag to desktop. save two, original and modifiable.

Open one with text editor and change version to 10.8.5 or whatever works, ?save the plist and replace it in original location.

now install your apps.

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**************do not restart your computer until you have pasted original Systemversion.plist??back to its original location*******************************

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