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As you know the best windows emulators are intel Macs exclusive.
1. Is it possible to change a power book processor for an Intel one?

I really need to be able to use Windows manually to run my 2d project on a site called http://www.byond.com

So anyway knowing I had an power pc, the best option was virtual PC.
So I go on ebay get the disk for a pretty cheap price, then when I run it. It's 4x as slow as I imagined and worst of all I find out product development was stopped 2 years ago. It's crazy how it spilts my Mac power in half.
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Next I download the new VMware which I hear good about, then I once again get ownt for having the older powerbooks http://img412.imageshack.us/img412/1240/picture2aq6.png.

Finally I try out Wine, which is Darwine for Power Pc's. Then I get owned again for having the latest operating system. http://img354.imageshack.us/img354/5106/picture1ym8.png

2. I need a resolve, any solutions?
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1. Is it possible to change a power book processor for an Intel one?

No, this is not possible.


2. I need a resolve, any solutions?

Try looking here: http://www.macwindows.com/emulator.html#PCEmulators

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