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I am new to the mac world and just recently bought a used PowerPc g5 with dual 2.0ghz G5 processors. I have 4.5g of ram and 1tb of hardrive space. I know that Aperture 3 and Photoshop elements 9 requires a intel processor but are there any hacks I can do to get it to work on a G5 processor. Any help is greatly appreciated!
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Please do not post twice when the subject is clearly the same. I combined both your posts into one.
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No sorry, while it is possible to run older applications (PCC) on an intel computer using rosetta I'm not aware of any hack/mods/spoofers that will allow you to use software that wasn't even around when your computer was made.
Even if there was something out there, it is very dubious if it would work well since these applications were specifically designed for much faster Intel processors.

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