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ibook and final cut express 2

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Im wondering can final cut express 2 run on an ibook?


iBook 12.1"/800MHz/Combo drive

Keyboard/Mac OS X - U.S. English 065-4419

640MB DDR266 SDRAM (128MB built-in & 512MB SO-DIMM) 065-4407

AirPort Extreme Card 065-4418

Combo Drive (DVD-ROM/CD-RW) 065-4415

40GB Ultra ATA drive 065-4412

ATI Mobility Radeon 9200
32MB DDR video memory

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Requirement to run Final Cut Express:

* 350 MHz G4 processor (with AGP)
* 384MB of RAM (512MB required for RT Extreme)
* 40 MB of free hard disk space
* Mac OS X, 10.2.5 (Jaguar)
* QuickTime 6.4 or later
* CD-ROM drive
* FireWire 400 port

It appears that you should be able to run it with no problems.
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