In order to get the keyboard working I just needed AppleKeyboardInstaller64.exe and BootCamp.msi from BootCamp/Drivers/Apple. Unless you want to install a whole load of other drivers, copy just these two files to a folder on a drive that will be available in Windows. For Mac users who also need to use a PC at work, home or just with specific applications, there is a solution. Using Boot Camp Assistant, you can install Windows 7 on your Intel-based Mac computer in its own partition. You’ll have a dual-boot system with your Mac OS on one partition and Windows on another. Mac Pro introduced in 2013 or later The latest macOS updates, which can include updates to Boot Camp Assistant. You will use Boot Camp Assistant to install Windows 10. 64GB or more free storage space on your Mac startup disk. Subscribe - Want to improve (boot camp) gaming performance on your Mac? This video will show you how! Whether your getting low fps, lag.
is there a way to flash an ati hd 3870 from pc version to mac?
Does anyone know if the 3870 comes with a crossfire bridge? And if it doesn't the pc version has one so why wouldnt the mac and pc one not have one?
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What would be better for gaming under bootcamp?
8800gt vs 2 3870 crossfire
I want to use dual 3870 Crossfire in Boot Camp Windows and not have OS X choke.Note I am NOT asking to have Crossfire work in OS X, I just want OS X to use one of the cards while both work when booted into Windows.
Does anybody know, on a Jan08 Mac Pro Xeon, if I install dual 3870 cards with the Crossfire jumper connected, will OS X ignore the jumper and work properly on a single card?
I already have workarounds for power connections.
i have a new mid-2010 i5 iMac with a radeon 5750 processor, and would like to run linux on it, however, ubuntu 10.10 isn't working, i get through the whole install, and restart, and it won't boot. i've installed rEFIt, and it shows up as installed on the drive, but won't boot to anything but black with a flashing white line on the top left. known compatible working version?
Which version of Image Capture should be in Snow Leopard Mac OS-X 10.6.8 When my wife attempts to run Image Capture 3.0.3 on her system (her Imac cannot be upgraded to Lion unfortunately) is unable to run. The error message is: You cannot use this version of the application Image Capture with this version of Mac OS-X.
iMac Duo-Core Intel, Mac OS X (10.5.6)
iphoto won't open, says not latest version, yet ran software updates and version didn't get updated. what's wrong?
In order to install Windows 7 via bootcamp, do you have to use the full version of windows or can you use the upgrade disc to install? I figured I should ask before buying another license as I have an upgrade version of Windows 7 Pro that I don't use. I do own previous versions of Windows (all of them..just like I do Mac OS).
My son deleted the mail application. Tried to to re-install it from download version. Get error message: You have mail version 4.3 (1081/1084). Cannot be used with Mac O/S version 10.6.8. build 10K549.
iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8)
I am a MAC starter and I am only knowing the basics upon Snow Leopard what is running with Intel CPU in newer Deskops. Now I have the challenge with a friends G5 to upgrade her MAC's operating system: currently it is 10.4.11. Are there any newer versions I can use?
I have uninstalled my mail from Mac OS X and now with the OS DVD (10.5.2)had reloaded the software, but it is not working as it says You cannot use this version of the application Mail with this version of Mac OS X.I am using 10.5.8 - Some one please help as Apple support has not yet responded in the last 4 working days.
MacBook Pro (15-inch Early 2008), Mac OS X (10.5.8)
has anyone installed 2 of the ATI Radeon 3870 (mac edition) cards and get crossfire mode to work successfully in XP under bootcamp? I've been trying to for a few days now with no luck!
The drivers for bootcamp on ATI's site won't install on my machine for some reason and when I use the normal xp drivers (successfully) I can't get the crossfire option to show up in catalyst control center.
Also, in the catalyst control center, it only shows the primary card as enabled and says my other is disabled. However, they are both enabled and working just fine according to the device manager.
Cards are installed in 1st and 2nd slot.
I'm using OS 10.4.11 on a first gen mac pro. Would I have to upgrade my OS or will this card work on it. If the card is not compatible with my OS what cards would be besides the ATI Radeon x1900.
after a lot of testing we have managed to clear everything around the topic of flashing stock PC X1900XT/512Mb (256Mb is NOT working!!) with MacPro EFI ROM. Thank you all guys at Strangedogs! It WORKS prefectlly! Ofcourse flashing card with MacPro EFI rom reenders card useless in regular PC, you have to flash it back with original bios to make it work in PC again. Link to topic on strangedogs: [URL]
I just bought my wife a new Al MacBook and need to migrate her Treo 700p from her old Windows machine to the new Mac. I used to use Palm Desktop for Mac and know it is a little quirky and may have some issues with Leopard, so I'm trying to decide whether I should go down that path or just install Fusion and run the windows version in a VM. Anybody have any recommendations either way? She uses Palm Desktop only for syncing, so I don't need to worry about the Leopard iSync issues.
I have a Macbook Unibody 2.4 and an iMac Aluminum 2.8 C2E. I just wanted to play around with Windows 7, not cause any serious issues, and just, you know, try it out; not do any serious testing. For my purposes, do you think Im better off downloaded the 64-bit of 32-bit version? And which computer will handle windows 7 better?
I ordered Snow Leopard from Amazon for like $25 and then I found out that I qualified for an 'Up-To-Date' version of the Snow Leopard that is like $9.95. Is there a difference between the two versions or are they the same thing. Because if they are the same thing I am just going to return the one that I got from
What is the best version of Skype for Mac OS X 10.7.3 users?
iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.3)
mac os x version 10.5.8 - safari version 5.0.6 safari will shut down sometimes, a small window pops up, it reads your adobe flash player 10.4/10.5 may be the problem. i've been to adobe for help & got nowhere
iMac, Mac OS X (10.5.8), safari 5.0.6
What is the best OS X version for a G4 PB 1 GHz? I have an old PB which has OS 10.3.7 and would like to upgrade but do not want to suffer dramatic performance problems/slowdowns. Was thinking Leopard would be nice but not sure. Can anyone suggest the best OS X version for a G4 PowerBook 1 GHz 512MB SDRAM though I am looking into upgrading the SDRAM to at least 2GB.
I've been out of the loop for a couple of years and I'm thinking it might be time to consider an upgrade. I am presently using OSX 10.4.11 (Tiger?) on an iMac 4,1. Can anyone advise if the latest version is worth it? I have no idea how many versions there have been between 10.4 and the newest. I have not visited the Apple site to price it nor read the reviews. I have always valued the opinions of you people here.
I'm torn between which 11.6 to get. I don't want to spend too much as I have some credit card debt to kill but I am getting a bonus in the next couple of days.
Do you think i can last with just 64GB?
Option 1: Default $999 version (2gb, 64GB)
Option 2: 1099 - for 4GB ram and 64GB storage
Option 3 - 1199 for 2GB ram and 128GB Storage
Option 4 - 1299 for 4GB ram and 128 storage
Option 5 MAX OUT
I also have a 50 dollar gift card from apple. But it seems like if i want to save money, i should use macmall or amazon to save money on tax. What do you think? Since I'll still have a macbook with large storage sitting at home. I wonder if I'll ever use more than 64GB. But because i'm a video whore, I can do it if I try. I don't want to be shot in the foot because everything is soldered. but at the same time, if I truly never use them..it's just a waste of money.
I think on install windows xp on my mac pro? what version its better?windos xp pro, x64 edition pro.. bla bla bla bla fuccck microshit with the a lot editions! I dont know! whats better?
Is there any 64 bit version of MAC OS exists for 10.3 (Panther)? and 10.4 (Tiger)?
Anyone tried it? Does it work o.k.? Should I download the 32-bit or 64-bit version?
This isn't about help with the install process, WGA or how to fix anything. It's an opinion thread. Computer involved is a Mac Pro quad 2.66 (2009) with the GT120 (which I'll upgrade to the 4870 in due course) and 6GB RAM. I have a professional disdain for Windows but want to install it, and would like affirmation that I'm picking the right one. This is partly for work use when I'm testing Windows apps we've produced (20%) and gaming via dual boot (80%). I'll mostly be running OSX though.
After about an hour of trying to fix my Vista 32bit installation (it wouldn't boot up), I decided to forget about it, and delete the Bootcamp partition. So now I'm interested in Windows 7 RC. I have an early 2009 iMac with 4gigs of RAM. Is it better to install the 64bit? I won't be doing much on the OS other than some casual gaming (Battlefield Heroes, and Street Fighter 4 when it comes out).
I've been looking online this afternoon to buy a copy of Windows 7 Home Premium OEM for my iMac. Is this not going to be available in the same way as it's been available for previous iterations of Windows? I'd really like to save the money, as I'd only ever want to install it on my iMac rather than ever transferring the license.
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