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    #61
    Quote Originally Posted by ssaloon View Post
    i'm waiting for the macbook i ordered from HK.

    2.16ghz core 2 duo
    2gb ram

    now that's one heck of a macbook.

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    #62
    can i configure both a pc and a mac (booting mac os) to work with the same internet connection? if so, how?

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    #63
    Quote Originally Posted by M54 Powered View Post
    can i configure both a pc and a mac (booting mac os) to work with the same internet connection? if so, how?
    do you plan on using a router or do you intend to connect the internet connection on one and use adhoc connection to communicate with the other?

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    #64
    then PB now MBP user here with the dual booting macs it's not uncommon anymore to see fellow mac-users in public

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    #65
    Quote Originally Posted by M54 Powered View Post
    can i configure both a pc and a mac (booting mac os) to work with the same internet connection? if so, how?
    if it's a wireless network then it should be easy to set up your standard cross-platform router, however sharing a connection using dhcp from the mac or even the reverse may pose some problems along the way. I suggest the airport express route para no hassle.

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    #66
    Quote Originally Posted by metatron View Post
    sounds more like a memory problem than a processor problem to me. unless CS2's actively churning away applying professional grade filters 100% of the time in the background, with the apps you're using, a g5 i mac shouldn't feel too slow.
    I have a 1GB memory. actually my G5 has been running for almost 2 weeks now non-stop. when I go to work, I just leave it open sa bahay.

    been downloading a lot of movies and tv series lately hehehe. I'm now on my 17th P8.00 DVD+R from CD-R King. 17x6 = 102 top 2006/2007 movies so far hehehe.

    hindi kaya bumabagal kasi never ko pa turn off since two weeks ago.

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    #67
    Quote Originally Posted by M54 Powered View Post
    can i configure both a pc and a mac (booting mac os) to work with the same internet connection? if so, how?
    I use a Linksys wired router with my pc. I hooked up my daughter's new Mac Mini to it, set to DHCP, and voila, the Mini had internet in no time. But, I don't network them together.

    Add: I quit using WiFi after detecting 4 other WiFi connections of our neighbors right from my den.

    Also, I can't remember if I had to reboot the Mini or not before it found the internet connection. I'm leaning towards not having to reboot. But, I'm not 100% sure.
    Last edited by Jun aka Pekto; June 17th, 2007 at 04:48 AM.

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    #68
    This is what the folks at the Apple Store referred us to. I didn't really need it. But, it was handy for the wife.
    How to set up internet on the Mac:
    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=304738

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    #69
    I'm using DSL at home and distribute the internet connection via wireless router. I have a PC, Windows laptop and a Mac G4 and all them gets the internet easily. I noticed that the wireless connection of Mac is far better than my IBM X series laptop. The mac signal is very strong as compared to IBM.

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    #70
    Quote Originally Posted by wrcastro_ph View Post
    I'm using DSL at home and distribute the internet connection via wireless router. I have a PC, Windows laptop and a Mac G4 and all them gets the internet easily. I noticed that the wireless connection of Mac is far better than my IBM X series laptop. The mac signal is very strong as compared to IBM.
    exactly, wireless connection of mac OS is relatively faster than windows... i tried testing the bandwidth of both using the same wireless provider, mac OS yields around 15 to 20 % faster

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Mac user anyone?