Receive a Mac OS X v. 10.5.8 message "Please insert the "mariotree" disc to continue installation"

Posted on 2011-05-02
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Receive a Mac OS X v. 10.5.8 message "Please insert the "mariotree" disc to continue installation.

What disc is this message referring too?

I downloaded and began installing Logmein when this message suddenly appeared.

I have inserted the two DVDs that came with this laptop when it was purchased, but neither one of these is the correct disc.

I have noticed that one of the entries under "Places" is mariotree.

"Places" has four entries below it: Desktop, mariotree, Applications, & Documents.

What exactly is "mariotree" and how can I insert a disc (DVD or CD) that will allow me to continue installing the Log Me In software?

I would post screenshots of this message, but unfortunately, I don't have any way of remotely connecting to this computer to do this.
Question by:Knowledgeable
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    Accepted Solution

    if mariotree is on the desktop, drag it to trash to uninstall and unmount.

    Author Comment

    I don't see mariotree on the desktop.

    What other methods can I use to unmount it?
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    Assisted Solution

    have you tried using spotlight to search for it?

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