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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

ugghh is this possible?


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I recently just bought the Adobe Master Collection for my macbook (after installing a brand new system to my computer). However, two of the icons from that package didn't show up and is no where to be found. I went to the Adobe Forum, researched, and asked what happened. The after effect....is that those two missing programs need a 64-bit processor while I only have a 32-bit processor. Ughh, I am so mad, they are the reason I upgraded to that. Anyways, can I upgrade to a 64-bit processor or am I just plum out of luck?

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that is a bummer. thanks!

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