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bootable classic cd


bobpeters61

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I need to make a bootable copy of an OS 9 CD with a specific extensions item removed so it will boot on my 7447a CPU upgrade.

 

Best I can tell, that means some vaguely referred to application that makes a magical image that Toast can burn a bootable disc of.

 

However, nobody has mentioned the name of this glorious utility nor where to get it.

 

Could somebody please add in the missing information?

 

I really miss my favorite legacy apps.

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I don't know what can create a bootable OS 9 disc image file using OS X. Toast 5, when operating in OS 9 (not Classic mode) has the ability to make a bootable OS 9 disc. You may recall that an OS 9 System File must be "blessed" to be seen by a Mac at startup. It's reasons like this that I keep my old Powerbook Wallstreet around. Once that disc image is created then it can be burned using any of the OS X versions of Toast.

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