I am viewing football games on my Intel Mac via the Parallels Virtual Machine.
This is how I got it working. Note: I am not a programmer just a hammers fan annoyed at being punished for owning a Mac anything you try is at course at your own risk. Also depending on the software you need and connection speeds this process will vary and I will estimate you will need at least a minimum of 3-4 hrs for everything to be set up.
1) You will need a version of windows XP at least SP3 Disc OR have downloaded a Windows XP ISO found via sites such as http://www.isohunt.com
(Please don’t waste hours and a countless number of hairs trying to use windows vista as I had no luck running sopcast or tvants)
2) A running copy of Parallels 3.0 http://www.parallels.com
or a via other sources like http://www.isohunt.com
Note: for P2P downloading ISO/ torrent files I would recommend Azureus.http://azureus.sourceforge.net/
Once this files are downloaded place them on your OSX desktop
Assuming you have obtained the necessary Software and Serials firstly open up parallels for the first time.
Follow the Instructions found here http://www.askdavetaylor.com/how_do_i_i ... top_1.html
It is essential when setting up your Mac with Parallels that you configured you’re your Internet connection is setup up properly in the Configuration
Also when you are prompted to INSERT DISC but you have obtained an .ISO select more options and locate the file and select.
Windows XP should be running inside OSX for the first time and your nearly there!
Make sure the windows firewall is set to off as this will conflict with your Apple Firewall.
Download Sopcast TV Ants PPmate etc
Once Installed follow the links via the free sites such as http://www.myp2p.eu
. Sit back and enjoy the footy!
Any problems fee free to Pm me and I will try to help the best I can.