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tortorici

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  1. Windows 7 does not support MacBook Pro Sound Card

    How do I know if it's 32 or 64? and I installed the Leopard DVD with bootcamp How do I check? I thought it would be in the info I posted
  2. When I run 7 on Bootcamp 2, an orange LED turns on on the inside of the headphone jack, and no audio works. I have tried plugging in headphones and speakers... and still, nothing. I already opened devmgmt.msc and tried updating the drivers for sound, but it says it's up to date. Is there a fix out there? My audio specs are: Intel High Definition Audio: Device ID: 0x106B00A0 Audio ID: 46 Available Devices: Speaker: Connection: Internal Headphone: Connection: Combo Internal Microphone: Connection: Internal Line In: Connection: Combo S/P-DIF Out: Connection: Combo S/P-DIF In: Connection: Combo Thanks
  3. Install Leopard on an old Mac

    Would i just put in the CD and restart the computer, and as it starts up hold down "C"?
  4. So, i've got an old iMac G5 running 10.3.9 with a 1.8 GHz PowerPC G5 Processor and 1 GB DDR SDRAM. I also have a copy of the leopard install CD laying around. If i wipe the hard disc and format it with my MBP, can i install leopard on it?
  5. why do they need to make these things illegal, they don't hurt anyone. they sell software, i've got hardware, they make enough money off their laptops and iphones anyways
  6. I thought most of the stuff in a Mac was 3rd party. Is it the motherboard and the hard drive?
  7. What sets a mac built hard drive apart from any other?
  8. Once a computer is built, can't you hook the hard drive up to a MBP and use Disc Utility to format the drive to Mac OS Extended (Journaled). Once that is done, can't you just boot the install disc as if it were any other mac?
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