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Tmac Calcutt

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  1. Fixed for now. updated my mac to 10.5.8
  2. Wish I was that techy lol. Well the 1.22 works okay it still freezes but not as bad as the new version that's out now. If I was smart with coding and stuff I would fix but I'm not sadly.
  3. I think my Mac at least has minimum and maybe a little higher.
  4. Sorry for the double post the 1.22 works a little bit better then 1.23 so your rite about using a older version. I'll tinker around with it more.
  5. You must have downloaded the older version at the rite time. Here's what it's saying. A newer version of Second Life is available Required Version 1.23.4.123908 You must download this update to use Second Life Download to your application folder? This is the version that's messed up on my mac. They made older versions useless...
  6. It froze again... Should I have done anything else. I had the texture thing at 48 should it have gone lower? And the other two things were unchecked like you said. Kind of getting mad at the game lol. Could be just don't have a good enough computer.
  7. Close but no cigar It says I need to download the latest version. Which one would you recommend?
  8. Second Life is freezing rite after I log in. I barely move a inch and it freezes and the computer to. Here's some of my Mac's info. Hardware Overview:   Model Name: MacBook                           Model Identifier: MacBook3,1   Processor Name: Intel Core 2 Duo   Processor Speed: 2.2 GHz   Number Of Processors: 1   Total Number Of Cores: 2   L2 Cache: 4 MB   Memory: 1 GB   Bus Speed: 800 MHz   Boot ROM Version: MB31.008D.B00   SMC Version: 1.24f2   Serial Number: W8747GH9Z63   Sudden Motion Sensor:   State: Enabled Intel GMA X3100:   Chipset Model: GMA X3100   Type: Display   Bus: Built-In   VRAM (Total): 144 MB   Vendor: Intel (0x8086)   Device ID: 0x2a02   Revision ID: 0x0003   Displays: Color LCD:   Display Type: LCD   Resolution: 1280 x 800   Depth: 32-bit Color   Built-In: Yes   Core Image: Hardware Accelerated   Main Display: Yes   Mirror: Off   Online: Yes   Quartz Extreme: Supported Display Connector:   Status: No display connected That's what I have in my Mac. It's not working should I use boot camp?
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