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From Parallels.com on May 26.
While waiting for a 3.0 key get a trial key to save yourself from re-imaging your PC.
Got mine this morning, but of course won't be on my Mac Pro until tomorrow or Friday. I am on my MDD DP 1.25GHZ at present.
Here's my list:
Splinter Cell: Pandora's Tomorrow
Splinter Cell: Choas Theory
Splinter Cell: Double Agent
DAMN, i am on a vintage OS rampage and Win 3.11 and Workgroup are on the list, as well as OS/2 Warp, NextStep and on.
Good news, upping VRAM to 64MB got it past the check. I read that that didn't matter thought as it accessed the VRAM directly, and the VRAM slider...
I try to launch SplinterCell Choas Theory and and it quits saying encountered a problem. Doesn't get past the splash screen. see attached...
The DirectX checkbox is at the bottom of the video resolution preference. So it is very easy to miss.
Mac Pro, X1900, 3GB, XP Pro on bootcamp.
When I launch Splinter Cell Chaos Theory I am told my video card isn't good enough. When I look in the...
Games I am interested in are Splinter Cell series, Rainbow Six series, RollerCoaster Tycoon 3,
Anyone have these?
The Answer is to go to the Internet icon at the upper right and enable the Wired or wireless network.
I finally was able to install Ubuntu 7.04, but I have no Internet access. I have tried shared and bridged ethernet. I am on a Mac Pro using en0.
How about Rollercoaster Tycoon 3 (should work) along with Splinter Cell series, Rainbow Six series and Ghost Recon series?
I purchased Parallels on May 26, and received no welcome e-mail just a download link e-mail with no info on free upgrades.
I got the video drivers to work, I manually mounted the Parallels VM Tools image (in /Library/Parallels/Tools/) and it worked.
I tried doing it from the menu and nothing happened in windows 95.
Of course, that is where I am doing it from. now that I've played with the drivers, I can go to 800x600 but get errors on reboot and am now in an...
Moved from "How to"
I installed Windows 95 (memories) and all is working (haven't tried networking yet) but it's limited to 640x480. I tried...