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Güncel sürümün sahibi: Chris Green ,

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The biggest Ultra-ATA hard drives that I have seen are 400GB. The issue is that if your Quicksilvers were made before a certian date, and don't have "Large Drive Support" (Cannot use a partition larger then 128GB) so you will have to partition the disk <128GB if your computer doesn't support it. Also, If you install OS X Leopard (Given you have a fast enough processor) upgrade the RAM to 1GB or more. Leopard's requirements say that it only needs 512MB, but for decent performance with leopard, I reccomend 1GB. on the back of the Mac, there should be a sticker with a barcode, and something that looks somewhat like this "***MHZ/**/****/**/**" (These are the specs from when it left the factory) can you tell me what is there ponon your mac?
The biggest Ultra-ATA hard drives that I have seen are 400GB. The issue is that if your Quicksilvers were made before a certian date, and don't have "Large Drive Support" (Cannot use a partition larger then 128GB) so you will have to partition the disk <128GB if your computer doesn't support it. Also, If you install OS X Leopard (Given you have a fast enough processor) upgrade the RAM to 1GB or more. Leopard's requirements say that it only needs 512MB, but for decent performance with leopard, I reccomend 1GB. on the back of the Mac, there should be a sticker with a barcode, and something that looks somewhat like this "***MHZ/**/****/**/**" (These are the specs from when it left the factory) can you tell me what is there ponon your mac?

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Chris Green ,

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The biggest Ultra-ATA hard drives that I have seen are 400GB.  The issue is that if your Quicksilvers were made before a certian date, and don't have "Large Drive Support" (Cannot use a partition larger then 128GB) so you will have to partition the disk <128GB if your computer doesn't support it.  Also, If you install OS X Leopard (Given you have a fast enough processor) upgrade the RAM to 1GB or more.  Leopard's requirements say that it only needs 512MB, but for decent performance with leopard, I reccomend 1GB. on the back of the Mac, there should be a sticker with a barcode, and something that looks somewhat like this "***MHZ/**/****/**/**" (These are the specs from when it left the factory) can you tell me what is there pon your mac?

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