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Parallels on my "Mackie"


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Hey Gang! I have a MacBook with 1GB RAM, and was going to install "Parallels". I was just wondering if I should have more RAM, and if anyone has done this and could tell me what I am getting myself into. I have WINDOWS CD's from the family Dell (sorry for using such language) and was wondering if these will be okay for installation. My mom needs parallels for her school work and I was going to try it on my computer first. She only has 512 RAM and should she get more? Is there a good forum for parallels? Thanks all!

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