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    Band in a Box 2009 for intel Mac, Work on PPC?
    I just got a copy of Band in Box 2009. It says its for MacIntel. I want to run this on a G4 ppc running OS X.

    Will it work? If so, what will the performance be like?

    I need to know if I should try it or send it back.


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    If the box doesn't say it will work on PPC, then send it back.
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    This should answer your question.
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    May 04, 2009
    Thanks for the help. I don't know how I missed that on the PG site, thanks for pointing it out.

    I'll see if I can exchange it for the older version. I'm not really a Mac guy, I'm just helping my son get his old system running.

    Thanks again.

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