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Section - -22- Can I run Windows NT on my Indigo or Indy?

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  No. SGI can, but only on Indigos with special hardware and software
  modifications and only for demos and porting. There are no known
  plans to provide NT on SGI workstations. Also, note that most
  comp.sys.sgi.* readers will answer this question "Why would you want
  to?".

  MTI, aka MIPS, an SGI subsidiary, does make NT-compatible machines.
  Try comp.sys.mips.

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