Aperture 1.5

Update (3rd of November): Aperture 1.5.1 did not require any modifications, it just runs even on 12″ PowerBook. Apple’s website still lists the same requirements as before, but maybe they just didn’t update it?

Apple says:
Run Aperture on any Intel-based Mac. Any desktop, including Mac mini, iMac, and Mac Pro. Or any notebook, including MacBook and MacBook Pro.
We’ll see if they removed the annoying hardware checks for G4 and G5 based systems as well. So far they don’t have the hardware compatibility checker for version 1.5. available. One can hope that there will be no more hassle with Hexedit for version 1.5, but so far I have no clue.

Update: Well now we know that the PowerPC hardware checks are still the same and I’ve tested the hexedits suggested by AP in the forum and they work for me. They are:

0xb548 40 9E 00 88 -> 48 00 00 88
0xb5e4 40 9E 00 88 -> 48 00 00 88
0xf6b8 40 9E 00 D8 -> 48 00 00 D8

Anyway, thanks for the update Apple!


100 Responses to “Aperture 1.5”

  1. ryan Says:

    Yup…needs more hex edits. Doesn’t like my hardware again.

  2. Daniel Says:

    Just downloaded 1.5 via Software Update. Thankfully, I remembered to archive my copy of 1.1.2 before upgrading, because they’ve still got the same damn checks in place. What a surprise…

    It really galls me that my friend’s 1.25 GHz 15″ PowerBook — that’s nearing three years old — is considered acceptable, while my 1.5 GHz 12″ PowerBook, barely a year old, is not. (I accept responsibility for purchasing a copy even knowing the support requirements, but you’d think that Apple would be a bit more flexible. After all, I’m running Civilization IV, a game that supposedly requires a G5 to run, on the same PowerBook. Knowing those requirements, performance is quite acceptable!

  3. loody Says:

    according to the specs @
    and the release notes for 1.5
    my 1st gen g5 seems supported !

    I say seems because it doesnt pass the hardware checker (wrong video card) !!

    oh my …

  4. Ian Spray Says:

    FWIW, I just replaced the first occurrence of each hex values from the 1.1 hack and it seems to be fine now on a 1GHz 12″ PB 🙂

  5. JTA Says:

    Worked Aperture 1.5 on a 12” 1.5 GHZ Powerbook with 1.25 GB Ram.

    You need to use Emac. Open the file under aperture/contents/MacOS.
    Do a search string forward on “5200”, replace all references of video cards with 1’s. 42 times for NVIDA, 13 times for Intel and 28 times for the third card stated.

    You need to this on three occasions…then it will work!


  6. Geepie Says:

    To run Aperture 1.5 on my iMac G4 20″ I use 0xED and change the two first occurences of 40-9E-00-88 by 48-00-00-88.

    Really fast, the import of my iPhoto Library seems to be 6 times faster.

  7. Joe Says:

    Looks like 0xB548, 0xB5E4 and 0xF6B8 are the hex addresses for the 1.5 version

  8. marcin Says:

    I updated to 1.5 today and ran the same hacks that were published for version 1.1.

    Guess what — it works on my 12″ PB. 🙂

  9. Ian Spray Says:

    I’ve got the new offsets for the 1.5 binary and have tested the results on two unsupported platforms. Details at: http://minimal.cx/2006/09/30/aperture-15-hack/, and below:

    0×0b548: 40 9E 00 88 -> 48 00 00 88
    0×0b5e4: 40 9E 00 88 -> 48 00 00 88
    0×17390: 40 9E 00 E0 -> 48 00 00 D8


  10. BS Says:

    Your computer does not meet the minimum hardware requirements for Aperture – imac g4 20″

  11. marc Says:

    I run it on my 12″ iBook G4.works great. no problems here.

  12. carlos Says:

    Need help doesn’t work on my 14″ ibookG4

  13. Dennis Says:

    Marc, i got an iBook G4 to, did you have to use any hack? im about to back up my pictures first 😀

  14. Ba Humbug Says:

    No luck on my 12″ Powerbook 1.33. Any hex hints would be appreciated.

  15. VelvetHammer Says:

    After updating to 1.5 it will no longer run on my G5 mac Mini. I was running it with no problem using the Hex edit for 1.1. Hopefully someone will figure how to edit the 1.5 update.

  16. Mark Says:

    How you did it? Did you hex edits? What are the offsets?

  17. jeff Says:

    I have a 1.8 g5 and hexed aperture to run on my imac. now I let the software update do its thing to upgrade to 1.5 and now a message comes up stating “hardware ” not compatible.

    Any help to get me back and going would be helpful.

  18. ap Says:

    Aperture 1.5

    0xb548 40 9E 00 88 -> 48 00 00 88
    0xb5e4 40 9E 00 88 -> 48 00 00 88
    0xf6b8 40 9E 00 D8 -> 48 00 00 D8

    This works on my Ibook 14′ G4.

  19. Prosper Says:

    The hardware compatibility checker for version 1.5 is now available on the Aperture website. If someone knows how to run the app seamlessly on my G4@2×1,6Ghz, I’m listening…

  20. mike Says:

    Ok so it needs a hexedit again, David are you going to have a go at it….Pleeeeeze

  21. Dennis Says:

    Nope my 12″ G4 says it doesnt meet the required spec 😦 no Aperture for me right now, unfortunally i dont have much time to play right now, im going on vacation 😀

  22. pjahra Says:

    Thanks, the Hex from habove made 1.5 work on my G4 Quicksilver. Works great and faster than 1.1.2!!

  23. mike Says:

    The hexedit AP listed works on my duel 867 g4 with 9800pro

    Thanks very much, now time to play


  24. carlos Says:

    perfect THANX

  25. Dennis Says:

    says i need more memory with those hacks 😦 but nice work

  26. marc Says:

    To Dennis. I ran 1.1.2 with hex edits on my iBook G4 as describred by David because in my case it did’nt match some hardware stuff. I just ran the software updater yesterday after i backed up my old version of course and it worked like a charm. I have 512 MB internal memory. To do the memory hack is very simple. Go to info.plist in the package content and change the number between the word “string” (it says 1000 by default) and change it to whatever you have. don’t forget to save. And it should work. It’s doesn’t run very fast on my computer but it works though. Good luck.

  27. Prosper Says:

    The hack above allowed me to use Aperture 1.5 on my dual G4 2×1,6Ghz + ATI9800pro. This is great ! Thanks a lot guys for your excellent job !

    At first sight, it seems that the magnifyer is slower than in 1.1, have you noticed that ?

  28. Karol tymal Says:

    PB G4, 768 MB. Aperture: “need 1 GB RAM” with these hacks. Any idea?

  29. Karol tymal Says:

    Yes, this one just works: “Go to info.plist in the package content and change the number between the word “string” (it says 1000 by default) and change it to whatever you have. don’t forget to save.”

  30. Dennis Says:

    Thx, the plist hack was what i forgot, i remember it now, i have done it earlier, just forgot it this time 😀

    Now it looks like it works, at least its updating the library.

  31. Jonathan Says:

    I got the hex edits right, but when I start it says

    “Your computer does not meet the minimum hardware requirements for Aperture.”

    I have the 1 gig of RAM but I don’t know how to remove the check for the video card and resolution.

    Someone help?


  32. Jonathan Says:

    Nevermind, I got it. Thanks everyone 🙂

  33. Mikey Says:

    The offsets shown by Ian Spray above worked for my iMac G5 (1.8mHz/Nvidia GeForce 5200). Thank you!!!

    I noticed that the Apple site listed support for the GeForce 5200 within Aperture 1.5, but the downloadable patch specifically does not support it. This leads me to believe that Apple will, in some manner, need to provide Aperture 1.5 disks to those in our predicament. It’s a shame that the 1.5 update/patch couldn’t have validated that you had an Aperture 1.0/1.1 disk and then proceed with an updated install. Oh well….

  34. Trats Says:

    Can somebody help me with this hexeditor please. I ‘m trying to find this, whatever it is that needs changing. tryed the find & replace but it doesn’t work.
    actually driving me nuts

    thx in advance

  35. BenK Says:

    Hrm… this isn’t working for me either. I’m getting the same generic hardware not supported error. It’s on a dual 1Ghz Mirrored door powermac. Just so I know I’m doing this right, I ran the update, (copy aperture), edit contents/MacOS/Aperture and with these hex changes and I’m done? I did that and nothing, then I redid the GeForce 5200 hack (replace with 1’s) from before, and it still gives the same error… Also, in the hex code, 0xb548 means 00b548, right? As there actually IS no 0xb548. I seem to recall from last time that it’s some confusing shorthand…can’t actually type ‘x’s into the find field.

    Any thoughts?

  36. Trats Says:

    Thank you BenK.

    This has been very helpful. It was something I didn’t know. I was able to change the code and now everything works again.
    As for your problem I’m afraid I can’t help you. I never needed to do the geforce hack.
    I’m using a upgraded G4 400 AGP (fastmac 1,5G now) 1,12GB RAM, ATI radeon 8500
    It isn’t blasing fast but it works.

  37. mark Says:

    Hey, i’m using a G4 Mac Mini with the Radeon 9200 but i can’t get the hex working.. same error, hardware not supported. Any suggestions? And what application do you use for Hexediting?

    I use the mac mini as some kind of backup machine where i’m mirroring my whole aperture library from my macbook pro..
    would be sad if i couldn’t get it working

  38. mark Says:

    Ok, i just misread the numbers.. i didn’t see that the new hex’s where 40 -> 48 in the beginning 🙂
    maybe you can mark red or green on your website, i might not be the only one who got that wrong 😉

  39. d.siska Says:

    If people get hardware not supported could it be because they don’t have enough RAM? That can be fixed by appropriately editing:


    Apart from that I guess it’s what mark says, get the hexedits right.

  40. jsiska Says:

    Worked on my eMac G4 1,25 768MB RAM. It seems bit faster.

  41. Frank Says:

    Help! I have a MDD dual 1.45 with 2 gigs of Ram plus an Gforce with 256mgs of ram. Can somebody please help me on how do do this?

  42. Ryan Says:

    Aperture now works on my g4 ibook with just 768mb ram, by changing the string hack in info.plist.

    Cheers Guys

  43. John Says:

    I’m confused, I did all the right steps to get rid of the graphics requirements, but it now says “your computer does not meed the blla bla” I edited the info.plist file (changed 1000 to 0, didn’t owrk, then to 500, didn’t work, then to my RAM amout, 768, still doesn’t work, any ideas?

  44. Kristian Says:

    The 1.5 update works fine on my iBook G4 without doing any Hex-editing. 1,33GHz 1,5GB RAM

  45. d.siska Says:

    I can’t believe my eyes! Aperture 1.5.1 runs just fine without any changes. The Aperture website does not say anything about this yet, but maybe Apple has finally dropped the ludicrous hardware requirements?

  46. Prosper Says:

    Not at all. On my dual G4 it says the traditionnal configuration message and doesn’t start. I’ve checked the Aperture exe with Hexedit, and they have changed something.

  47. Mikey Says:

    Yep, my g4 is not liking the update to 1.5.1, can we have the new hexedit please

    Many thanks

  48. martinek Says:


  49. kevsteelio Says:

    I have the same on a Dual 1Ghz with 1.5GB of RAM.

    and the hex does not match up what you have listed for 1.5.
    It updated, and NOW when I try to open it it says my hardware is incompatible.

    0xb548 48 4B 70 D9
    0xb5e4 00 BB 41 FF
    0xf6b8 2C 7C 7C 1B

    would you like a copy of the file to sift through? Or should I not distribute that?

  50. Gary Says:

    Something DEFINITELY changed. It brought back the info.plist file to its original glory, and the Aperture file in the /aperture.app/contents/macos/ directory has changed. The offsets don’t match anymore, and you still get the Graphics Card error. Can someone help?

  51. Gary Says:

    Okay, Found It. Go into OxED and search/replace these offsets (do an Apple + F in the 0xED program and search for the hex values, or go right to the offsets):

    0xB8E8 40 9E 00 88 => 48 00 00 88
    0XB984 40 9E 00 88 => 48 00 00 88
    0XFAF8 40 9E 00 D8 => 48 00 00 D8

  52. BS Says:

    version 1.5.1 – “Your computer does not meet the minimum hardware requirements for Aperture” at imac g4 20″ with GeForce 5200

  53. deathdweller Says:

    the hex codes for Aperture 1.5 dont work with 1.5.1 does anyone have updated hex codes to disable the hardware check?

  54. Chris Says:

    This hex crack doesnt work with a fresh copy of Aperture 1.5.1. Some people updating from a hacked 1.5 claim that Aperture is continuing to work without further hex edits. But if you are starting with a fresh copy of 1.5.1 it seems like new offsets and hex values are needed to disable hardware checks.

  55. dss Says:

    i reinstall my computer and try to install aperture 1.0 then update it to 1.5.1 i can’t fine the hex please some one help 😦

    thank you in advance

  56. ryan Says:

    G4 MDD 867…hardware requirements error…

  57. Roy Says:

    0xB8E8 40 9E 00 88 => 48 00 00 88
    0XB984 40 9E 00 88 => 48 00 00 88

    with only these two first changed with Resedit, it works fine with my G4 733 mhz…!

  58. ryan Says:


    BTW…how do people find out where to edit?

  59. Lee Says:

    I am starting with an Aperture 1.5 trial version, and I am trying to install it. However, it won’t let me do so because my machine does not meet the minimum requirements. It seems that what you are describing here is a hack to the Aperture application *after* it is installed, but I am not able to get that far. How do you modify the installer to make it think my iBook meets the installer requirements?

  60. d.siska Says:

    In reply to Lee: this method I used to install Aperture 1.0 should still work. And for a good measure, you can have a look at the comments here.

  61. billhenry Says:

    managed to install aoerture 1.5 trial on my dual 1 ghz g4 desktop. i used the hacks provided (however, the positions given for the first two 409e0088s and the 409E00D8 etc were not consistent with the trial version, so I changed the first occurrences of these)

    Everything works (slowly), except the loupe – which doesn’t work at all… any way around this?

  62. Roy Says:

    For 1.5.2 version :

    0xBD38 : 40 9E 00 88 => 48 00 00 88
    0xBDD4 : 40 9E 00 88 => 48 00 00 88

    works for me…

  63. d.siska Says:

    If you’re wondering whether to install 1.5.2 or not, then you might be interested in the fact that on my 12″ G4 PB, I didn’t have to do any hexedits or anything. It just works.

  64. john Says:

    Has anyone had any luck with the G4 Mini?

  65. BDM. Says:

    Ehhh any hack for eMac G4 1,42GHz. Roy’s hack did not worked fine for me…

    Thanks ! BDM.

  66. BDM. Says:

    loL It’s okay the hack works fine – I made a mistake when rename the UNIX executable… Oops !

    Thank you very much !

  67. Moka Says:

    The hack works perfect!!

    PowerMac G4 2×1,42 Ghz

  68. Trigger Says:

    I’m running on 12″ Powerbook G4 1.5Ghz and used the hacks, runs fine.

    Have run all the software updates and it still works great.

    Thanks for all the help.

  69. Nick Says:

    I’m running a G4 tower with 1Gig of Ram and a 400MHz processor and Roy’s hack didn’t seem to work. May have something to do with the fact that the second offset didn’t match up. I found it, but the value was not 40 9E 00 88 (at least not after I changed the first one). Any ideas?

  70. Nick Says:

    Nevermind. My mistake. Thanks!

  71. I have a Powerbook G4 550 with 1 gig of ram and a 100 gig HD. I downloaded the Aperture 1.5.2 trial version and hacked the install file so that it installed fine. I cannot however get the darn thing running. Please help Says:

    I have a Powerbook G4 550 with 1 gig of ram and a 100 gig HD. I downloaded the Aperture 1.5.2 trial version and deleted the install file so that it installed fine. I cannot however get the darn thing running. Please help

  72. Josh Says:

    Hi this is the guy with the Powerbook G4 550 from above. I got Aperture to work on my Powerbook. I have 1 gig of ram and plenty of HD space. My question is does anyone know how to hack the latest universal version of Final Cut Studio to run on my powerbook? It does not need to run fast but i would like it to work. Thank you

  73. Flat Eric Says:

    To Josh
    How did you manage to get the 1.5.2 demo to install and run, where did you find the install file?

  74. Flat Eric Says:

    OK no problem. Sorted now on my MacMini 1.5 with 1GB of RAM and inadequate video card! Needed 2 hex edits and 2 text edits but now it loads and runs!

  75. derk Says:

    I can’t even get Aperture to install on my 12″ PB w/ 768MB RAM.

    When I try and install, it goes “Application cannot be installed because of graphic card.” How do I bypass this?

  76. Flat Eric Says:

    To Derk
    If you partly install using Pacifist, then do the 2 hexedits as in Roy’s post then it should bypass the graphic card checks and install fully. Good luck.
    Works for me.

  77. Nick Says:

    I’ve been able to get Aperture to run on a G4 PowerMac with 1GB of RAM and a 400 MHz processor, but for some reason I can’t get it to run on another machine with the same specs. It actually even has a faster processor and slightly more RAM and I’ve done the same hex edits. Any ideas? My only thought is that they have different video cards. The one that’s working has a Rage180 Pro and the other has a GeForce2 MX. But it’s strange because when I try to run it on the other machine, the dock icon bounces a bit and then nothing happens. Not even an error message.

    Can anyone help?

  78. Flat Eric Says:

    To Nick
    This sounds like a Prokit problem to me. Check that you have the latest version of Prokit installed on the problem machine, it is an app that all Apples ‘pro’ programs look for when they are launching.
    Good luck

  79. Nick Says:

    Thanks for the advice. I’ve tried to correct this problem by replacing the ProApps directory from the machine that is not working with the ProApps directory from the machine that is working, but no dice. Perhaps I need to actually reinstall it? If so, where do I find the Prokit/ProApps installer?


  80. Flat Eric Says:

    Hi Nick

    You should be able to find a copy on your OSX install disc. Look for Essentials.pkg on Tiger install DVD…Open it with Pacifist and then in System/Private Frameworks/ look for ProKit.framework and install. It is certainly supposed to be there on the Intel Macs, my guess is that it is also on the PPC ones. Failing that there is supposed to be a PPC version with the Aperture 1.5.2 trial.

    Good luck


  81. Nick Says:

    That did it! Thank you so much!

  82. Flat Eric Says:

    To Nick

    You’re welcome dude! That’s the great thing about these fora, people can pass on what they know to others, having learnt it here in the first place. I would have been toast without the hex edit help from the excellent people here.



  83. Sali Says:

    I downloaded & ran the aperture 1.5.2 update from apple. But now it comes up saying that your Graphics card is not supported. I misplaced the aperture DVD and now I can’t even go back to 1.5.1. I have tried all the Hex Edits and they have probably been changed in the latest update.
    Any help would be appericiated.BTW I’m on an Ibook G4 12″ 1.2 GHz 1.2GB RAM & Mobility Radeon 9200.
    I’d really appericiate if someone can mail me the modified aperture.exe file.
    at air_menace@hotmail.com

  84. williamggg Says:

    My G4 1.25 dual was playing happily with 1.1.2 until I accidentily allowed software update to run and install the 1.5.2 update…then things suddenly turned sour as my library went through the update/upgrade, but then I got the dreaded “not supported” dialogue and suddenly, 1800 images when “poof”…

    What I found was that the 1.5.2 there is a third occurance of 40 9E 00 88 at “02D5F0” , change that to 40 00 00 88, plus the other hacks, including the video card edit “1111’s” and the processor speed change in the “info.plist” and it works.


  85. brad991 Says:

    Hiya, I have a Flat Panel 700MHz iMac. I am relatively new to macs and i must say this is the first kind of hacking ive done aswell. I am really stuck!! I have managed to install aperture 1.5.2 using Pacifist, but when it loads up it then says- “Your computer does not meet the minimum hardware requirements for Aperture.” I am sooo confused please could somebody help me from the start?? Thanks,

  86. intermediate Says:

    Hi there –

    What a fantastic blog you have! Thanks for providing fantastic info.

    About my situation – yikes. I’m pretty fed up actually. I downloaded the latest 1.5.2 trial version and it wouldn’t open on my apple. The specs are:

    Machine Name: MacBook
    Processor Name: Intel Core Duo
    Processor Speed: 2 GHz
    Total Number Of Cores: 2
    Memory: 512 MB
    80 GB
    Bus Speed: 667 MHz
    Running on tiger 10.4.8

    I bought my machine like 3 months ago – and I can’t believe Aperture is refusing to open up, saying that I don’t meet the hardware system requirements. I also complained to Apple about this – it’s just ridiculous! Can’t open a trial version. HELLO! So, I sympathise with all of you.

    So, I started doing some of the suggestions – but it truly doesn’t work. And another commenter is right…who wants to shell out £££ eithout trying it first??

    the history is this: tried the initial 1.5.2 – didn’t want to open. so, I backtracked and re-installed the original 1.0 (after having dumped it in the bin). So,now it was back on my system – BUT THEN, it said that it detected an old project from just before I updated to 1.5.2 and it orders me to reload it. (There is no option other than to reload). As soon as it started reloading that old project, (which thankfully I had backed up elsewhere), it just quits. So, I tried it twice more…and twice it unexpectedly quit. Now, I’m left with NO

    Aperture that actually works on my system at all.
    then, after making all adjustments and ten having this 1.5.2 problem, I thought to myself – just forget this Aperture! I used iview for a while before and it was good enough. Anyone use anything else?

    Anyone heard of Photo mechanic? Or picassa?

    Well, if anyone knows how to get around the 1.5.2 problem, I’m all ears. But then, do I really want to buy it after all this hoopla?? Not so sure.


  87. hugster62 Says:

    Hi guys, great site but can anyone help me…

    I have a G4 Quicksilver with 1.25Gb Ram and 800Mhz. Just downloaded the trial version of Aperture 1.5.3 but can’t get past the installation screen. Have looked at the info.plist to perhaps alter the memory requirements (although i have over a Gb) but it’s different to 1.1 anyway. Can anyone help me get this software installed or am i just going to have to use Lightroom? Thanks in advance guys Graham

  88. redfitz Says:

    Hey. I had everything working on a G4 similar in specs to the one listed above btu after the the 1.5.3 update, it has ceased working issuing the usual system requirements error message. Anyone know what the workaround is?


  89. d.siska Says:

    Hi redfitz,

    I didn’t have any trouble with the 1.5.3 update (on 1.5 Ghz G4 12″ Powerbook) and hence I didn’t have a reason to try to disable the checks. I have no time to do it now and no means of testing it. Sorry.

  90. redfitz Says:

    What were/are the most recent HEX edits that you made?

  91. redfitz Says:

    I had it working fine with version 1.5.2 and have made no changes other than updating to 1.5.3. It is a G4 tower with 400MHz processor and 1 gig of RAM. If anyone can offer any help, I’d really appreciate it. In the meantime, my entire photo library is inaccessible… Time to upgrade computers most likely but just can’t afford to do so quite yet. Thanks!

  92. omo Says:

    I hab problems after updating from 1.5.2 to 1.5.3 but after updating to Pro Application Aupport 4.0 this morning, it woked again. [PB12″ 1.5GHZ, 1.25GB] Cheerio.

  93. redfitz Says:

    I was hoping that that was going to fix the problem too but unfortunately it didn’t. Still can’t run Aperture on that machine. I’ve re-examined the info.plist file and checked the hex-edits but can’t find any obvious problems there.

    If no one else is having problems at this point, would someone mind posting the most current hex edits plus any other required changes so that I can double check to make sure everything is correct? Thanks!

  94. tedcwang Says:

    I have a Power Book G4 1.0 Ghz currently running Aperture 1.52. I just wondering do I have to change any HEX once it upgrades to 1.5.3 or it will just quit working?


  95. dsiska Says:

    I upgraded from 1.5.2 (which didn’t require any hacking) to 1.5.3 which didn’t require any hacks either. However I think my PB G4 is 1.5GHz and so it’s a bit newer. Back the old executable up, then run software update and you’ll see. You don’t have anything to loose as long as your backup works.

  96. tedcwang Says:

    After upgrade my Aperture on PB G4 1.0 Ghz from 1.5.2 to 1.5.3, I got an error that did not pass the hardware check.

    Here is how I got it fixed: I use 0xED to find the first two string of 40 9E 00 88 and change them to 48 00 00 88. It seems all work again.


  97. jaxak Says:

    Offsets for 1.5.4 are:


    Values are the same: 40 9E 00 88 -> 48 00 00 88

  98. gicro Says:

    After the update of Aperture 1.5.6,

    I use the 0xED application to modify a code :

    0xbf08 : 40 9E 00 88 -> 40 00 00 88

    that functions well with my G4 2x1GHZ

  99. djjonastyle Says:

    Aperture 1.5.6 now works on my G4 tower 450MHz AGP after modifying the info.plist file (see above) and changing these hex values:

    0xbf08: 40 9E 00 88 -> 48 00 00 88
    0xbfa4: 40 9E 00 88 -> 48 00 00 88

  100. thaohnguyen Says:

    Code Changes for Aperture 1.5.6 (Upgrade from 1.5.2)

    My system: PowerPC Quicksilver 2002 1.78GHz Gigadesigns Dual CPU, 1.5G RAM, ATI X800 XT

    1. BF08: 40 9E 00 88 –> 48 00 00 88
    2. BFA4: 40 9E 00 88 –> 48 00 00 88
    3. C0A4: 40 9E 00 6C –> 48 00 00 64

    Seems to be working fine…

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