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OK. I have a problem. I would like to get Halo 2 running on my macbook pro, but i have no idea to begin. I would prefer not to spend any more money than just buying the CD.

 

P.S I would like to know if it would be easier to emulate Halo 2 Vista or simply to emulate Halo 2 (xbox)

 

 

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

PPS: I only have 64mb RAM and Halo 2 Vista requires 128mb :)

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Well, if you have such little VRAM then I guess the point is probably mute. But in theory I think you should be able to install Vista via BootCamp and then install Halo 2 on top of that.

 

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64MB VRAM on a Macbook Pro? Thats impossible. Its either 128Mb or 256Mb. Did you mean the Macbook (not the Pro)?

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64MB VRAM on a Macbook Pro? Thats impossible. Its either 128Mb or 256Mb. Did you mean the Macbook (not the Pro)?

yep. if it's macbook, don't bother to play those advance 3D games.. I bet you get superb-ultra low fps. :thumbsdown_anim: unless you set to 640x480 resolution ;)

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Was this now an Mac verions of Halo or an emulated Windows game? I saw now emulation program or something.

 

And how can I install a Wii Mode on Mac? Thats quite interesting.

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A GMA-950 wouldn't be much good for Halo 1, let alone Halo 2. I'd imagine you'd need a pretty good graphics card for that- my 8800 handles it fine but that's not saying much. I'll try H2 with my Dell when the 6800GT gets here and see how it handles.

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According to the requirements for Vista, you're pc rating needs to be at a 3 to run halo 2 with decent frames.test post right quick

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Hmm its possible on cider, but not on a Macbook

and that video is probably fake, the Joystick on a nunchuck sucks in darwiine remote, and thats hallo 1

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should be interesting I will try and give it agoIt seems most of the workarounds to get halo running on xp require a type of bat file or a loader file to load the halo 2 exe I am reading up on it.

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