Re: Intel Based Macs...?
- From: shamino@xxxxxxxxxx (David C.)
- Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2005 22:48:03 GMT
Donald L McDaniel writes:
> David C. wrote:
>> I'm not talking about a PC-on-a-card for providing Windows
>> compatibility (although stuff like that has been developed in the
>> past.) I'm talking about a board with an Intel processor and
>> necessary support circuitry to enable a PPC PowerMac to boot the
>> Intel version of Mac OS.
>> When enabled, this card would (ideally) turn the whole system into
>> the equivalent of an Intel Mac, not a PC.
>> As for why you wouldn't just replace the whole computer with an Intel
>> Mac system, that box wouldn't be able to run Mac-PPC apps natively.
>> Depending on what you're doing, that might be of critical importance.
> Apple, or any PC manufacturer, would be hard-pressed to incorporate
> both a PC motherboard, and a similar MacIntel logic board in the case
> of an iMac.
You didn't read my message at all, did you?
I didn't say anything about this.
I said a Mac-Intel board and a Mac-PPC board.
Please write your replies based on what I wrote instead of what your
imagination thinks I wrote.
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