Aim Race Studio Software Setup on Apple Mac Laptops and Desktops Computer

Aim Race Studio Software Setup on Apple Mac Laptops and Desktops Computer

Setting up Aim software with your Mac for data analysis is fairly easy once you know how.
The down side is you have to buy some software (unless you have a copy from an old PC)

First you will need to run the Mac in, Bootcamp mode or buy Parallels software.

Aim Race Studio Software Setup on Apple Mac Laptops and Desktops Computer

Options to choose from…

Option 1 – Here is a link to how to set up Bootcamp https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT201468

Option 2 – Here is a link to set up Parallels – this has a slightly bigger outlay, but I feel is better once it’s setup as you never need to shut down and re start your mac. http://kb.parallels.com/uk/4729

You can buy the Parallels software which is available in many places on the internet, but here is their link; https://www.parallels.com/uk/

With both options, you will need to get a copy of Microsoft Windows XP professional (cheaper) or Windows 10 now works well,  here is the link  http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows

The only time a problem could occur when using the virtualisation mode, is when updating the firmware.
Should this be the case, you have to start the Mac as a PC in Bootcamp for updating the firmware and everything functions properly.

The method you have to decide yourself, in the end it does not matter as Aim Software and RaceStudio works with them all.

Please note:
We are working on a Apple OS software version at the moment with no definate release date. We will post any changes to this on this page.

In the meantime, this method lets you use your mac os for now.

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