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comment 2006 MacPro - Worth upgrading for use as a VM host?
Indeed. It hurts me in the heart AND the wallet.
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comment 2006 MacPro - Worth upgrading for use as a VM host?
I tried installing Windows on Bootcamp as I've done with my MBP. However it seems that this machine only supports 32-bit versions of Windows 7 so I think I'll stick with Parallels or VMWare.
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comment 2006 MacPro - Worth upgrading for use as a VM host?
Thanks v. much, I'm ordering the RAM right now!
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comment 2006 MacPro - Worth upgrading for use as a VM host?
Thanks for the heads-up. Luckily I'm not developing for Apple (once bitten, twice shy). Are you going to keep the machine and repurpose it?
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asked 2006 MacPro - Worth upgrading for use as a VM host?
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comment I can't boot into Windows 7 on Boot Camp
Trying a regular boot just leads to a blank white screen, doesn't get as far as the Windows bootloader (which has a black screen). If i try opening the partition in Parallels it says something like 'No bootable drives found'.
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