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Starting to question if I really need Mac OS. Mechanical hard drives will make clicking sounds, consider SSDs (Solid State Drive), although very quiet mechanical drives are available and represent much better value for money. The bigger question is why? Is there a way to download Mac OS to iPad? his comment is here

Native Instruments forums. The user isn't running Windows on multiple machines. The time now is 09:57. Popped out the SSD and slipped the blank one in. https://www.eightforums.com/installation-setup/47907-dual-boot-2-x-ssds-both-w8-1-x-video-1-x-music-daw.html

Until last week, the SSD had Windows 7, and 8 was on the HDD. Thank you for your help. (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Share This Page Tweet If this was illegal then everybody changing HDD's would be running illegal versions of windows --which is OBVIOUSLY total B/S. Appreciate your input!

Hi there. Chose your CPU then go looking for laptops with that spec. Go lower for better latency, and raise the buffer when mixing and you want to divert that CPU power to running plug-ins. Basically made it to spec of my MBP.

I'll tell you that so long as your hardware is good it doesn't much matter, as Live works pretty well on both of them. Apple builds high-end computers out of quality components Any new mac will run Live no bother. Home Buyer's Guide Installation Guide Forum Guides Downloads Rules Activity Checkout Live Push Link Shop Packs Help Menu Cart Try Live for free Cart Log in or Register Contact support The PCIe-based SSDs in the top end Retina MacBook Pro, for example, is able to read and write at around 700MB per second in real world situations.

The fact that you can "Swap" the HDD's without physically having to OPEN the computer makes no difference. Ableton is running good on both. I do not have access to Apple computer to download Mac OS X 10.8. I could connect SSD externally via that port if it would help, but I do not think I would like my hard drives stay outside of the case.

Others that are just as serious and use a Mac dont seem to have these restrictions and can put lots of things on their system, access the web , no antivirus The SSD is... No problems with any of the VSTs. Also how do I install instant menu?

NI Maschine, NI Massive...-Is Firewire the better choice for Audiointerfaces? (I'm actually using a focusrite 2i4o usb)-Is it possible to use my old ableton projects from windows (with .wav samples and http://allwebsitescripts.com/dual-boot/dual-boot-software.html This is recording/music studio computer (Sonar) and I can not have any drama with this computer. You probably need to use one of the ports driven from the Z77 chip. Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom built OS Windows 8.1 CPU Intel i7 Memory 18Gb Graphics Card ATI Firepro (FireGL) V3700 Sound Card RME Babyface Quote 14 Jun 2014 #2

There is no performance or operational advantage for FL Studio by moving from the cheaper 'Home' editions to the 'Ultimate/Professional'edition. iPad with Ableton. English Case law reference : Armstrong v Sheppard & Short Ltd [1959] 2 QB 384. http://allwebsitescripts.com/dual-boot/dual-boot-with-8-1.html There is a heirarchy to the SATA ports on the mainboard and Windows wants its boot files on the drive that is on the first to be seen when the BIOS

More on that later. just the things inside like Motherboard, Graphics Card etc..I want to keep the budget the most minimum possible..Just want to make sure what are the things that I should keep in I tried to use my i7 pc laptop, upped the ram to 16gb.

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So if you're going to use PC components in your Mac, why not just get a PC ?Personally I think the worst thing about Mac, beside itunes, is their crappy, clunky The second OS is Windows 7 Ult. Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom System OS Windows 8.1 Pro x64 with Media Center, Windows 10 Pro x64, Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1 CPU INTEL Xeon E5-2670 LGA 2011 I heard there were some issues with Asus boards- can it be a problem?

Computer Type PC/Desktop OS Linux Centos 7, W8.1, W7, W2K3 Server W10 Monitor(s) Displays 1 X LG 40 inch TV Hard Drives SSD's * 3 (Samsung 840 series) 250 GB 2 You wrote something about issues with WD Green when it runs OS. On a side note, this might just be a personal preference, file management is a whole lot easier on a PC, you can do whatever you want very easily with any check over here You can't run the second copy of windows without re-booting the machine.

Windows 8 or 10 will be required if you want more than dual-touch as it delivers full multi-touch performance. And an APC 40.