|Feb 17, 2012, 05:44 PM||#1|
Mountain Lion With White Macbook 2008
I know it says my MacBook MB403*/A will not be run 10.8 but anyone has been able to install it because it says Update: At least one developer tells us he has been able to install Mountain Lion on a Late 2006 iMac and MacBook Pro without problems. So, the developer builds do not seem to enforce these restrictions.
Why would Apple not force these restrictions for the developer builds?
|Feb 17, 2012, 07:52 PM||#2|
The 2006 iMac and MacBook Pro use a dedicated GPU, the 2008 MacBook has an integrated graphics processor (IGP), which is the reason, for the MacBook not being supported.
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