10-14-2006, 04:14 PM #1
Installing Windows and Parallels on an Intel
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- Oct 14, 2006
- PowerMAC G4 dual1.25gb RAM,160gb HD,250 external HD,ibook G4, 24"iMacIntelCore2Duo,2gb ram, macmini
Hello all. New here and I was reading a thread that was complaining about how people don't look things up first. So I popped my question into google and got this. I thought it might help someone else.
I still have a few questions but I think I am going to research first.
Have a great day. :p
10-14-2006, 05:32 PM #2
The instructions appear to be right. I just followed the quick start guide included with Parallels and all was smooth. I would recommend at least a gig of Ram. I first installed with only 512MB and it still ran fine though. Also, be sure to install the Parallels tools after you successfully install windows. It makes a HUGE difference in the functionality of windows.
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