Mac OS X Mavericks to Mohave Upgrade
VirtualRPC for Mac is compatible with G5 and Intel Macs running OS X 10.4.0 (Tiger) to 10.14 (Mohave). This upgrade is for the latest 32 bit version of VirtualRPC for Mac OS X. This product is not currently suitable for 64 bit versions of Mac OS OS X (10.15 Catalina or above).
We have made numerous changes to the Mac OS X version of VirtualRPC-AdjustSA based on customer feedback.
- Re-built for newer versions of Mac OS X.
- Newly designed installers fix the problem of error messages appearing after the user enters their password.
- New instructions for Mac OS X Mavericks/Yosemite Gatekeeper.
- Includes all the previous updates released by us (including the replacement keyboard handler which resolves the random hangs reported by some users).
- Major re-write of all documentation.
- Refreshed set of RISC OS applications.
How to upgrade
To qualify for the special upgrade price you will need to return your original VirtualRPC-AdjustSA CD.. The DVD case, colour cover, installation guide and RISC OS 4 licence sticker do not need to be returned.
The upgrade process works like this:
- You complete the purchase and pay for the upgrade on-line with a debit/credit card.
You can pay with a cheque from a UK bank (payable in Sterling) made out to 3QD Developments Ltd. Include the cheque when you return your old product.
- You return your old VirtualRPC-AdjustSA CD, include your name, address, phone number.
- We then send you out the 'new' VirtualRPC-AdjustSA CD (and any other components that are required).
- You install the new VirtualRPC-AdjustSA and then contact us for a new unlock code (if required).
Once your old CD arrives at our offices we will process the order. We strongly recommend that you use a tracked/insured service to return your CD. If it doesn't arrive at our offices we won't be able to process the upgrade and you may end up having to purchase a new copy of VirtualRPC.
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Last Edit Date 04/12/19