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Old 10-28-2010, 03:35 AM
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My last(yes last) PC krasched and I can no longer use my flight simulator.
I have now bought a Mac Book Pro and I wonder if there is any good simulators around for Mac?

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Check ou AeroFly 5. It supports Mac as well as PC/Windows. I'm giving it consideration now for my new iMac..

www.aerofly.com/
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RealFlight 5.5 on my iMac under Bootcamp. Awesome simulator.
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Old 03-28-2012, 10:38 PM
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I run parallels on my new 27" imac and real flight 3 runs great. So does the new demo.
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BUT HOW?!?!?! I run a Mac Book Pro, not the newest gen, it's 1 older. 4gb ram, super machine. I CAN NOT make this damned thing run phoenix in bootcamp nor parralels - would love some input, and would love to know *** I'm doing wrong!!!
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HAd the same problem with Phoenix and my Macbook Pro. I found if you are having trouble with Phoenix finding that the cable (dongle) is hooked to the USB port then try using a powered usb port conected to the Mac. Worked like a charm for me after that.

Now I'm considering realflight 6


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BUT HOW?!?!?! I run a Mac Book Pro, not the newest gen, it's 1 older. 4gb ram, super machine. I CAN NOT make this damned thing run phoenix in bootcamp nor parralels - would love some input, and would love to know *** I'm doing wrong!!!
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+1 boot camp and real flight.
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just look it
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I have a mac book air late 2010 and have been considering an upgrade, although it does all I need at the moment. Until that is considering buying a new sim flight software. I'm pretty sure if I have room for boot camp and windows that will be just about all I have memory for. Not sure what to do. I really would like to get some sim software, but a new PC or laptop is a bit much. Any suggestions?
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