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I can't install Reunion 6 (or 7 or 8) on my new Mac. Can I upgrade?

Yes. You may purchase and download the reduced-price upgrade as long as you have your original Reunion 6 (or 7 or 8) CD.

You do not need to install the OLDER version of Reunion on the new Mac (it won't work on newer Macs); you'll just need to briefly insert the old CD the first time you run Reunion 10, in order to prove that you own an older version.

To prepare for the upgrade, you should copy your old family files and pictures files from the old Mac to the new Mac (just the family files and picture files).

On the new Mac, you can put the old family file(s) on the Desktop for the meantime. You can put old pictures inside your Home/Pictures folder.

When you're ready, detailed instructions for converting your old family file are here.

More upgrade info is here.

If there's any question along the way, just let us know. Contact information is here.