Until the Update is Made, I have found a way that might let you Run W101 on a Mac.
NOTE TO STAFF: The Link in this Post Has been Approved By Olivia. Please DO NOT Edit The Post For That Reason.
Mac Users, Please Test This Out!
I AM NOT SURE IF IT WILL WORK. PLEASE TEST IT OUT MAC USERS. IT WAS JUST A SUDDEN THOUGHT.
It Helped Solve a Recent Compatibility Problem With Another Computer.
How About If you Could Run Windows on your Mac? Or Run the Mac AND Windows at the Same Time? Well Here you can(Should)
I suggest using Windows XP for this as it is available for only around $100. You NEED at Intel processor for this to work
1) Go on to the 'Finder' Program.
2) Type in 'BootCamp Assistant'
3) Follow the Set-Up Through Until You Are Satisfyed.
4) On Start-Up Click 'Windows'
5) You Will Now Be Running Windows on a Mac!
6) To Revert Back To Mac OS, Simply Restart Your Computer.
7) While In Windows, Install And Run Wizard101.
To Run Both Programs Side By Side Try Parrells for Mac.
To See The Video for this on the Apple Website - This link has Been Approved By Olivia:
CLICK HERE: http://www.apple.com/findouthow/mac/#tutorial=windows
The Link has a Video which Apple Has Made Which Should Show you how to use it.
DISCLAIMER: I am Not Sure if this Works, It Was Just a Sudden Idea, Please Test It Mac Users to See if it works! If It Doesn't, Try:
2) Select 'Properties'
3) 'Run in Compatibility Mode For:'----'.
NOTE: DO NOT TRY TO INSTALL A OLDER VERSION OF WINDOWS AND THEN INSTALL SERVICE PACK 2. THIS WILL NOT WORK. IT MUST BE A 32-BIT VERSION OF WINDOWS.
I suggest you use Windows XP, its a cheap option, available for only $100, Also XP is fast than Vista, On Par with 7 and much cheaper. Also Boot Camp can only be found in the newest Apple OS X Leopard operating system so be careful before going with this option.
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