Re: [BCD396XT] Mac Software
- I have had no issues using Parallels, Fusion or BootCamp and any of the ARC
products, including ARC-XT. Works great!
I found however that it is best to plug in the USB cable or RS232 adapter
when in Windows rather than in the Mac environment to allow Windows to
properly detect and install. Also, install the drivers BEFORE plugging in
the device if possible.
I have not tried running these in any type of Linux with Windows emulators
however. I have heard that some people have had success.
On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 12:49 PM, Charlie Collins <oldroman@...> wrote:
> I just got the 396 last week and I love it. Right now I listen to the
> regular 800 mhz Trunked systems around Wichita, KS. For digital I am
> listening to KHP Troop F, G (KS Turnpike Authority) and the KBI. I
> know there is no software (that I know of) for a Mac, but I was
> wondering if any Mac users have gotten any to work with Parallels for
> Mac or VM Fusion. I've got Parallels but haven't tried it out yet
> (mainly because I don't have a copy of Windows).
Rich Carlson, N9JIG
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