Originally Posted by BriSleep
Yeah, that's the one!! Thanks a bunch! BTW mine aren't in Raid 0 anymore, didn't see the worth of it, wanted a speedier setup for my games, other stuff. Don't worry about rambling on this thread! I'm pretty sure I hold the record for that!
See, one thing I try to tell these new folks is read the stuff in the sig box, you might see something great, or at least something helpfull. I did not see that you were running OSX!
How are you doing it & how is it working out? Are you running the latest update & do you have to pay for the sub-versions? Hackintosh, Emulator, something else?? I went from the mainframes & briefcase (read as suitcase) computers in the army to the original 9" black & white screen 20 minute boot time MacSE, still have it.
It runs great. I was in PC IT for about 7 years, never really got into MAC at all. Then i met my wife who was all MAC (per brother is a MAC programmer), and over the first couple of years we where together, i was converted. There are several websites with lists of "known compatible" hardware, so if you do your shopping right, it works great. I installed right off of the retail install disc (that was only $29.99 btw), and have done all but the latest update. We have several "real" MACs in the house too, as my wife is a school teacher, so we get a hell of a deal on the retired macs from school (most recently we got a MAC Book core duo for $200). I started out in programming (as400, fortran, visbual c++, etc etc), but ended up in IT. I'm an automotive mechanic now for MINI USA...how did i make that jump??? Anyway, runs great and I love it. As far as your MacSE, I have an original Mac Classic in the basement...