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Hello everyone .......from Australia........I'm new.................

Does anyone know if it is possible to double the processing power of a Powerbook Titanium 500mhz using VM-Ware...............and how would you go about it ..........

120 gig hard drive
1 gig ram
120 gig external drive
8 gig sandisk compact flash.

Any advice would be appreciated......................Thanks
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