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Can anyone help me configure nt3.51 server to install on a Mac power pc. I can take off the Mac OS if that's what has to be done. What ever it takes. NT3.51 was the last version that would run on power pc.
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I dont think you can install NT 3.51 on a Mac PowerPC computer, even it has a heart called PowerPC.

As for NT compatible PowerPC computers, you may refer a M$ released document called HCL (hardware compatible list). Here is some uni-processor PowerPC computers compatible with NT:

Austin      PowerPlay 604/100      ISA\PCI                              Box
Bull      ESTRELLA DT604-100      ISA\PCI                              Box
Bull      ESTRELLA DT604-133      EISA\PCI                              Box
Bull      ESTRELLA MT604-100      ISA\PCI                              Box
Bull      ESTRELLA MT604-133      EISA\PCI                              Box
Canon      PPC 604-100Mhz      ISA\PCI                              Box
FirePower      Powerized ES3100      ISA\PCI                              Box
FirePower      Powerized ES380      ISA\PCI                              Box
FirePower      Powerized ES4100      ISA\PCI                              Box
IBM      RISC System/6000 40P Series (66 MHz) System      ISA\PCI                              Box
IBM      RISC System/6000 43P Series (133 MHz)      ISA\PCI                              Box
Motorola      PowerStack RISC PC DT603-66      ISA\PCI                              Box
Motorola      PowerStack RISC PC DT603E-100      ISA\PCI                              Box
Motorola      PowerStack RISC PC DT604-100      ISA\PCI                              Box
Motorola      PowerStack RISC PC DT604-133      EISA\PCI                              Box
Motorola      PowerStack RISC PC MT603-66      ISA\PCI                              Box
Motorola      PowerStack RISC PC MT603E-100      ISA\PCI                              Box
Motorola      PowerStack RISC PC MT604-100      ISA\PCI                              Box
Motorola      PowerStack RISC PC MT604-133      EISA\PCI                              Box
Motorola      PowerStack Series E E603-66P      ISA\PCI                              Box
Motorola      PowerStack Series E E604-100P      ISA\PCI                              Box
Motorola      PowerStack Series E E604-133P      EISA\PCI                              Box
Motorola      RISC PC Plus DTP 604-133      ISA\PCI                              Box
Motorola      RISC PC Plus MTP 604-133      ISA\PCI                              Box
Reply      RV2604      ISA\PCI                              Box
Zenith Data Systems      Z-POWER DT 604-100      ISA\PCI                              Box
Zenith Data Systems      Z-POWER DT 604-133      ISA\PCI                              Box
Zenith Data Systems      Z-POWER MT 604-100      ISA\PCI                              Box
Zenith Data Systems      Z-POWER MT 604-133      ISA\PCI                              Box
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NT 4.0 will run on a powerpc... but bbao is right. It will not work on a powermac...I have a 9500 with I would love to use as a NT server!
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