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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 01-24-2009, 04:38 AM - Thread Starter
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I downloaded the [email protected] for my mac and...it gets stuck at (auto start) what do I do? It gives me no progress...

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Yes trust me it is....they have a client for um. Thanks anyway

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if it's got an intel cpu, you can run it on windoze too if you have trouble with the mac client

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What...? You mean run the client on windows? I don't have windows on my mac of have OSX 10.5

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you can dual-boot windows on a mac, if the mac is based on an intel cpu

nevermind i suggested it. here:
http://folding.stanford.edu/English/Download

halfway down, look for the big green apple with a bite out of it. theres one for core based apples, and older apples....

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I know you can , but there is a way to fold on OSX...and Im not going to dual boot just to fold. Thank You

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read above post....

if you don't know what processor is in your mac, then post the model here and we can google it for you

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Ok i have a NEW mac with an Intel core 2 duo @ 2.0ghz... I know you can dual boot, but there is a way to run [email protected] on a Mac with an Intel Proc

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I have already downloaded it read OP! But it gets "stuck"

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