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Reason 4.0 with old Mac Mini?


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I just bought Reason 4(still in the mail) and I don't want to install it in my gaming machine.

I took out my Old mac mini from my closet and was wondering if anyone experienced any problems with their older mac mini.

It's a 1.4 GHz G4 processor with 1024 megs PC-2700 Ram(not dual channel). It passes Reason 4's system requirements but I want to make sure if others had any problems with older Mac minis.
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