7624 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Oct 23, 2010 11:36 AM by Bengt Wärleby
But...... maybe it is still true. Maybe they did not get specific on each application because it would make it too evident that one could get by with Leopard to run iMovie '11.
This hesitation of mine is not about money. It's about the bad experience I had last year and what I continue to read about Snow Leopard.
I've also hesitated from time to time and solved this by use of one or more external
hard disks that I've prepared to use as Start-up HDs. So Now I've got one
X.3.9 and one X.4.11 and one X.5.8
Vife MacBook Pro is X.6.4
By use of different hard disks or partitions I can keep an environment that works
for different applicaions.
Hard disk MUST
• be a FireWire one (Western Digitals - do not work due to Chip-set in them)
• be formatted as Mac OS X.6.3 or 4 (for iLife'11)
In this way one can test a product but not risk a working solution
Yours - very longing to Hawaii - It's cold and rainy and gray in Sweden - Bengt W