|Jun 13, 2007, 01:51 AM||#1|
classic environment on a macbook...
I know. It doesn't work.
But I have this old game I want to install on my macbook and when I go to run it , it gives me the old "not supported on this system" thing. But is it really impossible to run programs on a macbook that require the classic environment?? It seems like there must be a way around it...
|Jun 13, 2007, 03:44 AM||#2|
The reason you can't run classic now is the same reason you couldn't run windows before, wrong chip. There may be a complicated solution out there, but I tend to doubt it, and even if it worked I doubt it would be stable enough to play even a simple game.
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