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Mac Specs: powerbook G3 400 mghz

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I have a powerbook g3......400 mghz Can anyone tell me if the OS X will work on it better than the 9.2?
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You can certainly run OS X.
I would recommend Panther 10.3 and at least 512 MB or RAM (1 GB if your machine is a Pismo and can accept it)

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D3v1L80Y......thanks for responding so quickly........It is great to have a place I can go and ask q's ....I will look for the OS so I can load it in AFTER i get some more RAM....it only has 64 on it now......I hope I can find a copy someone has lying around.....Thanks again!
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