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Anyone tried installing FrontRow on a ibook G4? Does it run smoothly and does it takes up alot of resources on the lappy?
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It's not 100% smooth and takes a fair while to load images & music the first time you start it up...
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I have it on my ibook, and it runs fairly smoothly. I had to find a copy of the dvd player from the imac's, but after that, it runs quite nicely. Very nice for when I want to impress people. I also have it on my macmini, hooked up to the surround sound system in my living room, and the 50" rear projection television for parties and such.
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don't use it too much with mine, but it has the weird thing whenever i use it my minimize function is rendered useless, shouldn't have changed the .frameworks...
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ooO.. icic.. hmm.. can anyone provide me with a reliable website to get the FrontRow for my ibook? Best if it comes with instructions on how to actually install it.. coz i heard it was pretty complicating. Also i heard there's a way i can turn my Sony Ericsson mobile phone to a remote control to navigate the FrontRow? I need the link to get the program(hopefully its free) on my phone too.. I'm using S700i.. Thanks alot! :headphone
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I won't do that, because that would probably get me in trouble. I will tell you to go to google.com and type in frontrow hack, or frontrow on macmini, and it should bring up the website, with the program on it.
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I have it, i woudl say to runs good but i have never used it on an iMac(i plan to install it on my Rev A when it gets fixed)
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