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    MacBook White, 2.0 GHz Intel Core Duo, 1GB RAM, 100GB HD, Mini-DVI to VGA Adapter
    macbook suddenly cannot run powerPC applications...
    neye: hi, i have a macbook wich runs like a charm powerpc sofware such as MS Office, de'jabo, etc etc, and i dont know why suddenly starting today it cannot run that kind of sofware... im not sure what i did wrong, last night i only installed darwin ports, xmms, shapeshifter(beta for intel), then used appzapper for removing darwin ports and xmms... well i think i deleted the powerPC compatibility, or rosetta or i dont know what i did and i dont know how to workarround or what to do...
    what do you recommend me?

    thanks in advance.

    Aldo

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    MacBook White, 2.0 GHz Intel Core Duo, 1GB RAM, 100GB HD, Mini-DVI to VGA Adapter
    mmm.. issue was solved reinstalling xcode...
    but well i reinstalled the mac os x anyway just to be sure...

    anyway thanks

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