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TSO on macs?

Discussion in 'EA Land/The Sims Online Stratics Forums' started by Guest, Dec 11, 2007.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Compatible?
    If it isn't, it should be.
     
  2. Peppie

    Peppie Guest

    Oh yes I always have ti run Windows n vmware that suks bad .. ive been asking for a mac version thousand of times and luc said he cant wait to see TSO on a mac ( he got 3 macs )
     
  3. Monkeybear

    Monkeybear Guest

    I remember Luc saying that he got TSO to work on his mac.
     
  4. CheesyBread

    CheesyBread Guest

    The new Macs have something called Boot Camp where you can boot it up as Mac operating system or Windows operating system so then Sims Online would work that way. Hubby is looking into converting all our Pc's into Mac over the next year, hate to tell ya but i think i like my Pc better then a Mac. But then i really would hate to upgrade to Vista with a new computer, heard alot of negative things about Vista. So i guess either way gonna have to learn something new to use either way i go.
     
  5. Peppie

    Peppie Guest

    Yah you can easily run windows on a mac but i dont really want to have windows on my mac lol
     
  6. Guest

    Guest Guest

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    Yah you can easily run windows on a mac but i dont really want to have windows on my mac lol

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    Then you won't have tso on your Mac.
     
  7. jwilso3340

    jwilso3340 Guest

    I have a Mac, and I play (when it's up and running) EA Land. The secret is that I have Parallels, which is a virtual machine and then installed Windows on it. TSO (EA Land) works great on my virtual machine on my Mac.
     
  8. Pixified

    Pixified Guest

    I also run Parallels on my MacBook Pro.
    It works really well.
    Only thing is I have to take my battery out and plug it into the wall...otherwise my computer gets super hot. Like 190 degrees lol.
    But the virtual machine itself works great.
     
  9. jwilso3340

    jwilso3340 Guest

    <blockquote><hr>

    I also run Parallels on my MacBook Pro.
    It works really well.
    Only thing is I have to take my battery out and plug it into the wall...otherwise my computer gets super hot. Like 190 degrees lol.
    But the virtual machine itself works great.

    [/ QUOTE ]

    Whoa! Thanks for the info! My lap is burned! :)