Question about Apple MacBook Pro Laptop Computer with Intel Duo Core 15.4 Inch PC Notebook
I Change my Mac to Xp system but I Dont Know What Driver I Instal
The drivers for XP are on the official OS X Leopard DVD. Install this when running XP and then run the Apple Drivers Set up on the disk.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
Get yourself the Bootcamp Software from apple, it installs all the components of your MacBook under windows:
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Posted on Jan 20, 2009
According to apple Leopard come is the world's most advanced operating system that lets you run Windows if there's a PC application you need to use.
Download Boot Camp for Windows
Know more about Boot camp http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5639
Download drivers for Boot camp http://support.apple.com/downloads/
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Posted on Jul 23, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Connect external speakers, headphones, or optical digital audio equipment. The headphone / line output jack accommodates optical digital audio output, analog audio output with a 24-bit, 44.1-192 kHz D/A converter, digital audio output up to 24-bit stereo and 44.1-192 kHz sampling rate and supporting encoded digital audio output (AC3 and DTS). For analog headphone / line output a standard audio cable with 3.5mm metal plug should be used. For digital audio, a standard Toslink cable with a Toslink mini-plug adapter can be used.
You can find the Digital to Analog converted:
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Posted on Jun 06, 2009
It is likely that some program has grabbed (allocated) a good part of the color table. This used to be a problem with 256-color color tables--be sure you are set to millions of colors--Windows could be changing this. Try starting up with the shift key down (safe boot) and if this works, you will need to turn off some program that are being started up automatically. You may need to go to Terminal and look for the resource file ".bashrc" or ".cshrc" (pronounced sea-shark), which could be starting other programs, although I didn't find one on my machine just now. Use the "ls -a" command to list all including the hidden ones beginning with period. I use non-hidden files when I invoke certain Unix programs, just use ". program-name" in the bash shell, with no quotes, of course.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
You can reset your password with the OS disc. Reboot using the disc and choose Reset Password from the menu bar.
Posted on May 26, 2012
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