Started by Ravi D, Sep 19, 2011, 08:47 AM
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Quote from: Strudel on Sep 19, 2011, 09:06 AMUse Crossover games.Or install Parallels. Or just use bootcamp.Those are the only 3 options that'll not have major lags.
Quote from: Strudel on Sep 19, 2011, 07:14 PMBootcamp is a software already implanted in every mac you buy nowadays.-It basically allows you to install any windows XP SP2 or beyond on a newly assigned (via Bootcamp) partition. (Requires a working Windows installation cd)Parallels is a software you have to buy or can use the trial version of.-Parallels allows you to run Mac & Windows at the same time, different from Bootcamp as you have to restart the computer each time, difference is the speed in performance, obviously bootcamp is faster. (Requires a working Windows installation cd)Crossover (games) is a software also available for purchase and I believe for trail as well.-It's basically Parallels for games or specific applications only, but as mentioned above it's the same case here it'll be laggier than Bootcamp. Problematic is also starting it as some servers may cause problems especially those with Harmony.
Quote from: Strudel on Sep 19, 2011, 07:39 PMBootcamp isn't a program that needs to be run, it's a program for the installation of Windows OS onto your harddrive, what it does it allows you to partition your existing mac partition, then prepares it for Windows OS and then installs it onto there after restarting. Once installed all you need to do to access it is restart the mac, and press cmd during startup (black screen) and wait for the 2 partitions to show up, left side mac, right side windows, pick the one you like and start up, or don't press cmd at all and it'll start in mac as default.Crossover (games) will be needed running the entire time, the same goes for parallels.
Quote from: Strudel on Sep 19, 2011, 07:44 PMYes. Unless they torrent them cracked versions. But we're all honest citizens here, aren't we.
Quote from: Strudel on Sep 19, 2011, 07:58 PMI live in germany so therefore I don't risk it. I just use a separate desktop to play ro =/I do have vista via bootcamp but else, sorry to disappoint you.
Quote from: IbombYouAD on Sep 19, 2011, 08:11 PMheres a guide on how to do it hope it helpshttp://unreserved.eu/documents/how-to-play-ragnarok-online-on-mac-os-x.html
Quote from: Strudel on Sep 20, 2011, 06:23 AMMy friend owned a Windows Vista CD so I borrowed it.If you'd have clicked the link he posted you'd have noticed that you need CrossOver games for it.Link: http://www.codeweavers.com/products/cxgames/