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    Hi,

    Firstly I would like to introduce myself and say hi as this is my first post!! I have followed this forum for a while now and I have to say the general feel of the members is great! People always offering to help others.

    I am a Mac Nooob I am afraid, it is only recently that I have had to use one at work. We have a Macbook 1.83 Core 2 Duo with 2gb Ram and an Intel GMA 950 (ouch...) running OSX 10.5.8

    I am trying to install a genuine version of the new Final Cut Studio but I keep getting the error that the VRAM is only 64MB and needs to be 128MB...

    I have read that if you run windows then this can be increased to 256MB, however this does not help me as I need to increase it in OSX....

    Is there any 'hacks' in order to increase the VRAM?

    Thanks,

    Goldb3rg



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    you can edit your VRAM however, if you make a mistake you can really muck up your machine. If you look up via google edit VRAM there are ways to edit it.

    I have done this on a G4 with a really bad outcome - i ruined it
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    I have the same problem. I need to install final cut studio 7 on my mac mini.

 

 

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