IMac :: Finding Memory Compatibility

Jan 19, 2009

Ok i just want to make triple sure that this ram will indeed work in my imac 20" 2.0 (late 07 model) which uses ddr2 pc5300 667 200 pin ram.

The only thing that is striking me odd is that this is the only ram on neweggs site that seems to be compatible with an iMac that doesn't actually show up under their Apple > Mac Memory category

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IMac :: Memory Compatibility (DIMMS Work In Aluminum)

Apr 22, 2009

I have two 512mb 667MHz DDR2 DIMMS from an old first generation Intel iMac. Would one of these DIMMS work in the Aluminum iMac running a single 1GB 800MHz DDR2 DIMM? Common sense tells me "No" and that this combination could cause Kernal Panics, etc with different speeds of RAM installed. However, I thought it was worth asking since I have these two DIMMS sitting here doing nothing and my mate could use the extra memory for free.

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Mac Pro :: Finding GPU Compatibility For OS X?

Nov 12, 2009

I'm tired of the low end GPUs in the MacBook Pros and iMacs, want to game but don't want a PC. I'm considering picking up a second hand Mac Pro and upgrading the GPU - however, I know there aren't currently drivers available for eg. the HD 5000 series. What would happen if I were to install one in a Mac Pro? Would I get no image at all in OS X? Would I get unusable video/flash/photoshop performance in OS X?

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OS X :: Finding Panasonic P2 Compatibility

Mar 15, 2010

I have a Panasonic P2 camera that records on mini dv or a P2 card. I can capture the video from tape but not from the P2 card. I've downloaded the drivers, installed the programs from the CD that came with the camera but it still won't work.

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PowerPC :: Finding OS X Compatibility

Feb 26, 2009

will OS 10.5 from a macbook work on a powerbook g4 disk 1 2z619-6167-a disk 2 2z691-6147-a

printed on disk macbook

my powerbook g4 is 1.5ghz with 1.25 gb :ram

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OS X :: Finding IWorks Compatibility?

Mar 9, 2009

I was wondering about getting iWorks or Microsoft Office for Mac. The computer Im typing on is dying and full of viruses. I want to get iWorks but I need to know if I sent essay or something in pages as an attachment to my professor at the university and is able to open it in the email.

Also, what if I handed it in? Will he know the difference that I used pages or word? Like some of my professors want 1 inch margins all around the paper.

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Mac Pro :: Finding PCI Cards Compatibility?

Aug 3, 2010

Are all pci cards compatible with mac?

I've not looked it to this yet, so I'm totally in the dark.

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OS X :: Finding Snow Leopard Compatibility

Aug 25, 2009

I really wanna update to SL on day 1 but I am taking several online classes and need the following apps to work out of the box:

MS Office 2008, Firefox, Adobe CS masters, VirtualBox and Real Player (school uses realplayer for all video lectures...I smell a pay off...)

can anyone using SL Gold master or the latest pre release confirm if this software works?

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OS X :: Finding Webcam Compatibility With Leopard?

Mar 29, 2009

What is the general compatibility of OSX with webcams? I have an old Logitech Quickcam pro and a creative webcam and am wondering if these will work with the Mac Mini I plan to purchase soon. Does OSX have a generic driver model that work with most webcams?

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OS X :: Finding Compatibility Of 6gb Of Ram In Snow Leopard?

Aug 29, 2009

I have a Late 08 Unibody MBP, and I ordered 6gb (one 2gb and one 4gb) of Ram from OWC to install with Snow Leopard (super fast kitty ). So first I installed Snow Leopard with my orignal 2gb of Ram, and it was fine. Then, I installed the 6gb of Ram and it booted up fine and I checked "About this Mac" and it said "6gb of ddr3 ram" or something like that. So I thought all was well. After that, I was transferring some large files from an external HD over to my Mac (clean install), so I went to have some lunch

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Software :: Finding IWeb And IE Compatibility

Aug 17, 2010

I've found several posts related to my question, but I think each case is a little different - so here is my website: [URL]

I'm sure the veterans out there know that iWeb has issues with IE compatibility, so what's an ignorant web designer like myself to do?

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OS X :: Finding JVC Everio Compatibility With Snow Loepard

Sep 12, 2009

Has anybody tried to import movies from a JVC Everio with Snow Leopard. With 10.5 I had to use a legacy version of iMovie HD 6.0.4.

If the new version of iMovie still isn't compatible will it be possible to install iMovie HD 6.0.4 on Snow Leopard?

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MacBook :: Finding Snow Leopard Compatibility?

May 26, 2009

Ok, So I have heard what others are saying , but I just want to be sure, I have a Late 2009 White Macbook (Feb. 4, 2009). It is running Leopard 2GB RAM, 64 BIT, 120 HD, BLUETOOTH, ECT. I was curious if my Macbook will be able to run Snow Leopard because some people say it needs 4GB RAM and I can replace my ram, but I really just want to run it smoothly on my macbook.

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MacBook :: Will 500 Gb Internal Hdd Work - Finding Compatibility

Apr 4, 2010


I have a Macbook "collectors edition" as seen below.

If not, then what will work?

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Hardware :: Finding Compatibility Of Samsung Syncmaster 906BW

Jun 21, 2007

So I bought a 19 inch Samsung Syncmaster 906BW to use with my Macbook after reading a lot of good reviews on it. When using this monitor on Windows it is nice, lots of screen real estate and good color. However when using it with the Mac I am unable to get it to look decent. At first it was incredibly bright, which was only amplified because I have a light background. I ran the Apple display calibrator and that fixed it somewhat, but it is still too bright. There is also a noticeable difference in colors between the Macbook display and the Samsung display. The colors on the Samsung are very deep, but they're almost too deep that it is distracting. For example look at the record, it's a goldish color on the Macbook (which makes sense because it complements the lower stripe), but on the Samsung it's a bright green. Another thing to notice is the dock, the dock border is apparent on the Macbook screen but almost blends in on the Samsung. One last problem is that even with it on the max resolution (1440x900) I really don't gain any extra desktop space. On Windows when altering the resolution there is an obvious increase in real estate, but with the Mac everything just seems to become disproportionately large. (For instance the top menu bar)

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Applications :: Finding IChat Compatibility With Yahoo Messenger

Jan 18, 2009

With the new iPhoto '09 having Flickr support, a site owned by Yahoo!, I was hoping we would see some updates for iChat support with Yahoo Messenger. Does anyone see this happening? It would be very convenient as opposed to the Jabber hack job.

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OS X :: Snow Leopard 10A432 - Finding Application Compatibility

Aug 18, 2009

Let's have a list of applications that currently don't work under Snow Leopard 10A432.

CandyBar 3.1.2 - Unstable, becomes unresponsive after some time. Cannot scroll through installed icons.

Glims - Installs, but doesn't show up in Safari preferences.

Inquisitor - Installs, but doesn't show up in Safari preferences.

DNS-323 NAS Samba access is also broken in Snow Leopard. I can confirm this.

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Hardware :: Finding Compatibility Of Logitech Control Center 3.1?

Sep 25, 2009

I just noticed Logitech Control Center was updated to 3.1 earlier this week. This version is supposed to be compatible with Snow Leopard. Has anyone tried it out yet?

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Hardware :: NTFS-3G On External Drive - Finding Compatibility Performance?

Oct 30, 2009

I am currently in the market for a portable external hard drive or enclosure with usb2+fw800. (Any recommendations BTW?)

Is there any time of performance decrease in reading/writing onto the drive if its formated as NFTS and then use NTFS-3G on my Mac? Compared to HFS+ which is Mac's native partition.

My main issue is wanting this external drive to be compatible between my Mac and Windows machines. Also want to run Time Machine backups on the drive,

I know Fat32 would be another option, but not when it comes to large ISOs and 1080p videos larger than 4GB.

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MacBook :: Finding 4.1 (White) And Circa 2005 Cinema Display Compatibility?

Nov 27, 2010

I just wanted to ask how i can get this white macbook to run (if it can this cinema display)

Its the 4.1 White macbook, and the cinema display i had with my G5 which i bought in 2005. THe display has the old connectors (see MM photo Album below)


Is it possible for me to get the macbook to run this? If so, how? (i can head to apple store today to pick up parts! Wife needs the largerr real estate to sort out her portfolio as i have put of buying a MacPro for a few months (just finished travelling for 3 years

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MacBook :: Finding Printer Compatibility Konica Minolta Pagepro 1400W

Oct 31, 2009

So I have a konica Minolta Pagepro 1400W.. a pretty old printer (3 years). I wonder if it is compatible with mac. I am getting some conflicting answers on google, one saying that only windows machine is compatible with it. And then there's another site which direct me to a site to download something called min12xxw. I dun understand anything that's stated on that site and would like some help with it.

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Hardware :: Finding Compatible Memory?

Apr 11, 2009

I upgraded the memory in my macbook and was wondering if the old memory could be used in my dad's Dell Inspiron 6000 laptop? Below are the tech specs for both laptops

Dell Inspiron 6000 Laptop

Installed Size 512.0 MB / 2.0 GB (max)
Technology DDR2 SDRAM - 400.0 MHz
Memory specification compliance PC2-3200
RAM form factor SO DIMM 200-pin
RAM configuration features 2 x 256 MB

Macbook early 2008

1GB (two 512MB SO-DIMMs) or 2GB (two 1GB SO-DIMMs) of 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM; two SO-DIMM slots support up to 4GB

Will the old memory from the macbook work in the dell?

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Mac Mini :: Finding Memory DDR ECC SDRAM?

Nov 26, 2010

is the memory, that comes with mac mini, ECC?

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MacBook Air :: Finding Hidden Memory?

Mar 30, 2008

The first time I use my 80 GB Macbook Air I found only 55 GB available! I suppose that the system would need a maximum of 5 GB. Where did the rest of the memory go?

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Mac Pro :: Memory Installation - Finding Guide

Apr 19, 2008

I know there have been a lot of posts about installing additional memory - I even watched the installation video over at OWC. OWC video shows two factory 1GB memory sticks - one in Slot A of the upper riser board and one in Slot A of the lower riser board. It says to move the module from Slot A of the lower riser board and install it in Slot B of the upper riser board to make a matched pair.

But here's the question. I have 4GB of RAM - two 1GB modules in Slots A&B of each riser board from the factory (I know - I know - I should have ordered it with the stock RAM and purchased the extra at less than the exorbitant prices Apple charges - but that's another story). I want to add 4GB more (two 2GB modules):
Move the two 1GB factory modules from Slots A&B of the lower riser board into Slots C&D of the upper riser board and then install the two new 2GB modules into Slots A&B of the lower riser board (just as the OWC video implies)?

Leave the factory modules where they are and install one 2GB module in Slot C of each riser board to provide a "balanced" 4GB on each riser board?

Options #2 seems to provide a "balanced" module location (4GB in the upper riser board and 4GB in the lower riser) so the four cores on each CPU can access an equal amount of memory for optimum performance. - but I have read that you need to install the new modules in matched pairs - but does that mean put them together on the same riser board? In the OWC video, if the two new modules were a matched pair then why wouldn't they be put one in each riser board just like the factory modules?

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OS X :: Finding Right / Compatible Memory Module

Jun 7, 2009

I have an old 12" G4 1.5 PowerBook that I want to upgrade the memory. On the Crucial website, I see a 2GB DDR333 module. Is it compatible?

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Hardware :: Imac And Power PC CPU Compatibility

Jan 24, 2010

A Friend has an IMAC with a G4 800MHz CPU and wants to move up to a Power PC platform. I have one that has a G4 400 MHz CPU. Can I install the Faster CPU in the Power PC?

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Applications :: Application Compatibility With IMac

Mar 4, 2009

I am having problems with my Mac G4, and it's been suggested it may be the motherboard. Therefore I'm considering getting a new iMac. I am concerned about what software i have, and what will be compatible with a new machine. Here are the programs i currently have, and use: Illustrator CS, Photoshop CS, Carrara 5 Pro, Painter IX, Hexagon 2, Dreamweaver MX, FireworksMX, Flash MX and Titanium Toast 6. I also use Appleworks 6 on occasion. Can anyone indicate which, if any of these could be used with Leapord and iMac?

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MacBook Pro :: Finding Memory Usage For 13"

May 24, 2010

So I finally went to the Apple Store and got my very first Mac, a MacBook Pro 13" .

Anyways, I got the baseline configuration that came with 4 GB of memory. Playing with the Activity Monitor, I noticed that after awhile of using the computer, the green "free" memory piece of the pie becomes progressively smaller until it's almost gone. Does that mean I have no more free memory left? But I'm not running a lot of programs at once. Just Safari and iTunes, maybe Pages too.

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PowerPC :: Hard Drive Compatibility For G5 IMac

Nov 17, 2007

I'm looking to upgrade my iMac's hardrive and I found an HDD that I'd like to buy; I just want to make sure its compatible with my computer. I have a 17inch imac, and a 1.8 G5 processor (NO built in iSight). The hardrive I'm looking at is a Seagate Barracuda 500GB internal HDD. Here's a link to detailed specks: [URL]The size is right but I'm not sure the computer will accept SERIAL-ATA. It looks like the drive installed now is only ATA, so I wanted to double check and see if this makes a difference. If it does, could someone please recomend a suitable 500GB internal Hardrive.

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