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    Hi, I just got my system up with the leopard. Here are the specs

    Intel DQ965GF
    Geforce 7600
    2 gigs RAM
    160Gig SATA system


    all the program seems to work fine except when I tried to install final cut pro. The program is complaining about a quartz extreme graphics card. I'm not sure if the on-board video card from the intel mobo is giving me problems. I turned it off from the bios and OS X is reporting the Geforce card as present. I also tried a Premiere pro app and it did not install also. Premiere is saying I have 0 VRAM but the Gforce card has 512 VRAM. Does anyone have any success installing Final Cut. Can you be so kind enough to post your configuration. Thanks



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    Iím running Final Cut Studio 3 (fcp 7, motion 4) at faster speeds than a g5 desktop (on a hp mini). For a video and tutorial check out:

    Disturbing New Trend

    No upgrades or anything required, will work on any hardware, although if your box is really outdated I can't guarantee stellar performance. Hope this helps!

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    lol, are you aware this is a two-year-old topic you're replying to?

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    Just trying to help, this site has been a point of reference before, and to my knowledge this method hasn't been posted in any one place. If it had, the process would've been way easier on me sorry I rarely use smilies- just trying to contribute to the community. :thumbsup:


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    Quote Originally Posted by 051r15 View Post
    Iím running Final Cut Studio 3 (fcp 7, motion 4) at faster speeds than a g5 desktop (on a hp mini). For a video and tutorial check out:

    Disturbing New Trend

    No upgrades or anything required, will work on any hardware, although if your box is really outdated I can't guarantee stellar performance. Hope this helps!

    I only joined to thank you for your post. So thank you! That is all

    have a great day!

 

 

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