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Having trouble with the Bitcoin-QT program on Mac, can anyone help?

I have been trying to run the Bitcoin-QT wallet program for the past few days, and can't figure out whats stopping it from working.
I am using a Mac OSX (10.6.8), running Bitcoin-QT(v0.6.3-Beta)
The first time I opened the program, it began downloading transaction blocks at a slow, but steady, rate. I left the computer on overnight, hoping it would be done by morning. Alas, I awoke the next morning to find that not only had it not finished, but that it was stuck, and would download no more. On the bottom of the screen it shows that I am still "catching up", having downloaded 151291 of 185333 block transactions (%81.63, last block loaded from 313 days ago). It also shows "WARNING: Displayed transactions may not be correct! You may need to upgrade, or other nodes may need to upgrade."
I've tried restarting, rebooting, re downloading, all to no avail. Looking at the bitcoin website, it appears that 0.6.3 is the most recent client, so I'm not sure what I am meant to upgrade to.
If anyone can advise me on what to do, I would greatly appreciate it.
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