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Anonymous I've written before about installing Vista x64 on a Mac Pro and how it's the best Windows machine money Anonymous I've written before about installing Vista x64 on a Mac Don't know if the OS runs any faster, haven't tried x86 vista. If you can get a hold of that disk, since you don't have one of those machines, you'll find that the Bluetooth drivers work on all Mac Pros. - John Robbins Anonymous J, Thanks for the help. check over here

My understanding is that if I simply add the Nvida 8800 to my sytem it will work perfectly in windows, and when in OS-X the displays will run via the 7300 If I am understanding you correctly - since you use Vista 95% of the time you technically don't switch over as much to OS X. Anonymous I have installed both 32bit and 64bit vista on mac pro 3.0 ghz, 10gig ram, only problem is the bluetooth driver…rest, perfect Anonymous OMG, I want your machine! 🙂 Anonymous So, yes, the new machines will be faster. http://www.wintellect.com/devcenter/jrobbins/vista-x64-on-a-mac-pro-totally-awesome-dude

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jrobbins Dave, Thanks a million for your report!! Is there a known fix to get make the svideo out to work with vista? Now, go to the Leopard install disc to: "D:\Boot Camp\Drivers\Apple" ('D' being you DVD drive) and click on BootCamp64 (remember that you have to be an administrator).

James Aug 28, 2009   Got it working now after a full reinstall of Vista x64. The iSight I'm not too bothered about right now, but it would be good to have the airport working instead of tethering myself to an ethernet cable when I'm forced to Apple Footer  Apple Support Install Windows 7 and earlier on your Mac using Boot Camp More ways to shop: Visit an Apple Store, call 1-800-MY-APPLE, or find a reseller. M Audio Fast Track Pro Drivers Windows 10 it just lets you have more than 4GB of RAM.Click to expand...

Many thanks N. How To Install Windows 7 On Mac Without Bootcamp Then you need propably the business version or higher. oh, and what is the audio hardware that it uses? https://discussions.apple.com/thread/1618816?start=0&tstart=0 However when this happens I will definitely be wanting to upgrade to Vista 64.

Then I copied it to my Vista64 machine and ran AppleTimeSrv -i from an admin command prompt. M Audio Fast Track Drivers I don't know if it was because I have a two drive RAID 0 for my OS X disk or because the USB keyboard was hung, but the initial Vista setup You can always just hold the alt key when booting and voilà. Newer Mac computers work with later versions of Windows.

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That would mean one of the two has the issue. http://avid.force.com/pkb/articles/en_US/Download/Fast-Track-Pro-Drivers Other notes (and problems) Cutting edge video drivers—while I found the drivers on the Mac Pro disc satisfactory (index score of 5.8), you may like to try the latest drivers to Bootcamp Windows 7 Drivers Thank you in advance for your advice! Boot Camp Drivers Windows 10 Anonymous hi tmaske… if you install 64bit version, you will not have anyproblem with ram, but if you install 32bit version only 2 gig ram will be seen by windows!, don't

Maybe kill 2 in 1 Anonymous I've had my Mac Pro for a few weeks now and have been running a dual boot with vista 32 without a hitch. Don't even bother making a driver disc. The ATI card works fine but the nvidia card will not work in windows XP or vista. I followed the above instructions. M Audio Fast Track Pro Drivers

Download the related Windows support software (drivers) linked in the table, or locate the OS X Install or Restore disc that came with your Mac if noted. What I would like, is to know whether any other Mac Pro owners experience this and what if anything can be done to solve the issue? Anonymous Always fun with so many versions of windows. this content For me no it's not.

Is there any way to force Eclipse to use 32-bit? Windows 7 For Mac Free Download DK Anonymous Ah ha! I'm taking the plunge and will go to Leopard as soon as it's out.

Anonymous the install says that you need a 32bit XP SP2 or later, or any of the Vista discs.

nakama: Yes, if you use the x64 version of XP or Vista, you'll see all the memory in the system. Jon Stacey Dec 2, 2008   Thanks for the heads up on the links, they have been fixed. Fortunately, someone has already uploaded these to rapidshare: Part 1, part 2, part 3, and part 4. Mac Dual Boot Linux If you tried the method above and it still didn't work right, go to the part of the Windows install where you select a partition (should be a Disk 0 and

Uncompress (unzip) the related download and place it on a USB flash drive that's formatted as FAT (MS-DOS). Reply ↓ Che July 5, 2007 at 1:54 pm A your sure what bootcamp 1.3 work on Vista x64? The only snag I came across was the whole need to take out the Mac OS X 500GB hard drive before installing Vista x64 - but after that everything seems to http://passwordrecoverysoftware.org/windows-7/looking-for-drivers-a-downgrade-from-windows-8-to-windows-7.html jrobbins Micke Teeling: Interesting. 🙂 Have others with the new quad core machines had issues installing?

Anonymous As this comments thread seems to be among the best i have found (it was here that i found a solution to my missing cpu problem which is now fixed Suggestions? Somtimes it works fine and sometimes I get the color flickr and the blue screen of death. It asks me if I want to run it and which I approve and then, nothing.Please, someone tell me how to do this ....

Anonymous Way back in 1993 at the Microsoft Windows 95 PDC, we all got to see the taskbar for the first time. I did have to install the 64 bit drivers from the iMac disk manually vs. cheers Anonymous Dommeruk - technically it is possible to use Nvidia 8800 video card to run on a Mac Pro - but not in OS X. You can Google for those id's and find what they are.

If anyone else has any workarounds do let me know! share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Piarco, Apr 3, 2007 Piarco macrumors 68030 Joined: Jun 24, 2004 Location: Londinium #8 IIRC the Core Duo's Risks are inherent in the use of the Internet. Bought a Radeon 5770 and graphics are just peachy (i'm not a gamer).

Do you then have to have Mac specific video card back into the mac so you can resolve the problem? I used the vista x64 .exe install. Dan Jun 8, 2009  Hi Jimmy, if it's any use to you, I have been gaming on an ATI Imac with Windows 7 RC 64bit with no issues at all, Club Canberra - My x64 partition is on it's own physical drive.

Choose Reinstall/Update. Search for AppleTime.exe in the extract directory and you'll be set. When you see "Download Support Software for Windows 7", close the Boot Camp Assistant window to quit the app. Anonymous Anyone tried 64-bit Vista on a Mini Mac?

I think you missed the just kidding part at the end of the sentence {j/k}.