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Old 09-05-2003, 08:16 PM   #1
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Question XP home edition

Will maya 4.5 run on windows XP home edition if i upgrade or do i need to get pro? Everyone i know who uses maya on XP has pro so they can't help and the ALias|Wavefront site list's pro under it's system requirements but is that just so you can use dual processors?
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I'm running 4.0 on XP Home and it's fine. 4.5 isn't that dirrent to 4.0 so it'll be fine
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The only difference between Windows XP Home and Pro are some network features(they can also be enabled in the Home Edition--> there is no difference at all between home and pro).
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