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    I've got a Mac and am wondering if any of these programs P2P, are compatible with a Mac OS X?

    Thanks!

    Also, if they are only for PC..can I use my friend's PC even though I live in Bangkok, Thailand? or is this only for North America/Europe?

    Few options;

    * Bootcamp
    - Lookalike software

    * READ also posts below and on the second page!

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    This is for people all over the world :D

    but sadly there aren't any softweres compatible with Mac :/

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    to POSSIBLY get the p2ptv programs to run on a Mac, there are a couple of programs that emulate windows on a PC.. And for intel based Macs, there is the "Boot camp" program that allows you to install and run windows on the Mac.



    http://www.apple.com/macosx/bootcamp/

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    is that the full guide? or are there other options?

    If anyone with a MAC is willing to make a good guide for it, I will make a seperate section on the site for it, so then all Mac people will get the right info.

    Anyone want to start with it?

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    yeah that's why I said Possibly.. so I wouldn't mislead.. I have only heard of mac's coming out with apps that will run windows, but I Havn't been able to explore it. you have to have an existing copy of windows for the Boot Camp, Boot Camp only adds the compatibility.. that I do know..

    hope I am not confusing anyone.

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    i'm currently watching with a mac using xp in parallels.

    i seriously recommend parellels as a great piece of software.

    only for intel macs though.

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    jup, i use parallels, too. works perfectly.

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    What does parallels mean? How can I do to let it work?

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    it's a application which makes windows run on a intel mac.

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    ^ How do you do that? Help please...

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    I just installed Parallels yesterday and was hoping to catch some of the CL action tomorrow night.

    But I cant get Sopcast to work with Parallels and Windows XP on my Macbook. Sopcast starts as it should but I dont get any picture at all, not even an black box and the buffering status at the bottom, its just grey :(
    Any ideas? WMP is a really old version, could that have anything to do with it? Or some other codec related perhaps, I installed a stripped down version of XP so I might be missing something vital.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyndan
    I just installed Parallels yesterday and was hoping to catch some of the CL action tomorrow night.

    But I cant get Sopcast to work with Parallels and Windows XP on my Macbook. Sopcast starts as it should but I dont get any picture at all, not even an black box and the buffering status at the bottom, its just grey :(
    Any ideas? WMP is a really old version, could that have anything to do with it? Or some other codec related perhaps, I installed a stripped down version of XP so I might be missing something vital.
    I would venture a guess that your "really old version" of WMP has something to do with it. I think you need at least version 9 for these programs to work.

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    I'm new to all this...but if I buy Parallels, do I need to also have a copy of Windows on my Mac?

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    Hello, I am having the following problem running Sopcast on a mac using parallels and winxp:

    everytime i try to access a channel, it just says that the channel is offline, even though i know it isnt (i have tried on a windows computer simultaneously and that one worked). does anyone have any idea how to get it to work?

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    sorry admin, didnt see this sticky!

    so there is no way what so ever, other that running windows through bootcamp?

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    no so far there isn;t, or any mac users should know other ways!

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    I've been doing it for a month or so on my MacBook Pro. I (ahem) "acquired" Parallels through various methods. I had a copy of Windows XP at home with a few serials left on it, so I installed that. Went to some websites to make sure I had the latest versions of WMP and VLC, and it's worked flawlessly.

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    well at least u can use zatto which is good for uefa pocal on dsf.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat2232
    well at least u can use zatto which is good for uefa pocal on dsf.....
    what's the link for active proxy ip????????


    Quote Originally Posted by skills73
    I've got a Mac and am wondering if any of these programs P2P, are compatible with a Mac OS X?

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    Also, if they are only for PC..can I use my friend's PC even though I live in Bangkok, Thailand? or is this only for North America/Europe?
    why do you want to run on mac??

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