Apple Opens Snow Leopard Discussion Board

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Nijigasumi

How was that answer complex? I just added a little more info from the apple site because it seems people don't do their research before they ask.

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chevyorange

Wow people try to make things so much more complex than they need to be! If you have an Intel 64-bit processor, install Snow Leopard and go!

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Nijigasumi

Yes, Snow Leopard will work for you. As long as you have an Intel Mac it'll work (I have it running on my early 2009 white NVIDIA Intel Macbook right now). A Mac computer with an Intel processor, 1GB of memory, and 5GB of available disk space. Those are the requirements for the upgrade version (upgrading form Leopard). If you're still running Tiger you buy the Mac Box set. True, there is a way to install SL from the $29 dollar one (already on here) but if your iLife & iWork apps are old, or if you have none, the Mac Box Set is a steal for both of those suites for $169. Hope that helped you! :)

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Remiss63

How can I tell if the Intel processor in my MacBook Pro will work in 64-bit mode?

Here's my Hardware Overview:

Hardware Overview:

Model Name: MacBook Pro 15"
Model Identifier: MacBookPro1,1
Processor Name: Intel Core Duo
Processor Speed: 2 GHz
Number Of Processors: 1
Total Number Of Cores: 2
L2 Cache: 2 MB
Memory: 2 GB
Bus Speed: 667 MHz
Boot ROM Version: MBP11.0055.B08
SMC Version (system): 1.2f10
Serial Number (system): W86263MWVWW
Hardware UUID: 00000000-0000-1000-8000-0016CB993053
Sudden Motion Sensor:
State: Enabled

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Quayzar

All Macs with Intel Core Duo and Core Solo CPUs are 32-bit. All Macs with Core 2 Duo and Xeon CPUs are 64-bit. Since your CPU is a Core Duo it is 32-bit. Don't worry as Snow Leopard still works great on those by the way. I know from experience as my MacBook Pro is in the same 32-bit boat as yours.

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