We have 4 Windows XP Computers operating happily on a ParkerVision LAN. We added a MacBook Pro and it operates on our LAN it receives its data on the wireless network so very very slowly that it is practically useless. Do we have a compatability issue with our ParkerVision SIGNALMAX WR1500? Our oldest and slowest computer downloads from the Local Area wireless Network more than ten times as fast as the MacBook Pro. How do we get a ParkerVision driver for the MacBook Pro?
When working with wireless networking, increased range is usually a matter of either a higher gain antenna, another access point or both. Also, you can use 802.11n for increased range. Apple uses this standard but calls it Airport Extreme. http://www.apple.com/wifi/80211/
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Dell projectors work best with windows operating system. Replacing the projector would still not resolve the problem since it is not compatible with Macintosh computers. I recommend that you contact Macintosh and ask if there is an available patch to resolve the issue.
The MAC is not recognizing HDD because it may not be in FAT or MAC OS X Journeled Format. Please Follow below steps to Reformat the HDD to make it Compatible with MAC.
1. Connect the HDD. 2. Open Disk Utility from Applications -> Utilities 3. On left side of Disk Utility you'll find your HDD. 4. Click on HDD and select the Format TAB. 5. Reformat the HDD in FAT Format. 6. Click Apply. 7. Done.
Get a Windows based OS (operating system) computer. Most online casinos don't support MAC computers.
I do know that Bodog Casino (casion.bodog.com) is 100% Mac Compatible but not sure who else offers Mac support.
Good Luck ! !
you can purchase the windows xp os disk from any supported retailer, use the disk to reconfigure your hard drive and system, im not sure how well this will work, considering apple only makes mac os. you can try it, but im not sure how your macBook will respond, good luck
Serif's website says that the system requirements for WebPlus X4 (apparently X3 is no longer current) are:
Pentium PC with DVD/CD drive and mouse
Microsoft Windows® XP (32 bit), Windows®Vista (32 or 64bit), or Windows® 7 operating system
So the first thing to note is that there is no Macintosh version of the software. That having been said, given that you own a MacBook Pro, you can install Windows on it, and run the software that way.For example, the product at ComboDealDetails.aspx includes a discounted copy of both Windows 7 and Parallels, which will allow you to run Windows 7 right alongside your Mac OS. The solution will cost you $140, but it is a very workable, very nice solution when you are forced to use PC software for a course, etc., but own a Mac.
When youre running windows XP on a Macbook, you should install the Bootcamptools from the original Mac OSX Leopard DVD. This installs all the components of your Macbook including graphics, Bluetooth and of course the iSight =)
You should only use Windows xp for running a program that is
not yet available from Apple. There shouldn't be much reason to link to
the net while in Windows. Also while in Windows you are wide open to any
viruses that exist. Try getting your work done without getting on the
net, then go back to your Apple format. There you are 99% free of
viruses. … Still need to link onto the net let me know I will ask at our
Apple Computer Club on Monday