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Mac OS 9.2.2 Universal (Developed by User: Blackholemac)
« on: May 25, 2015, 02:27:08 PM »
Mac OS 9.2.2 Universal (Developed by User: Blackholemac) - ISO Images
Modified Mac OS 9.2.2 Install that contains extra utilities and updated versions of some applications

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DOWNLOAD CD 1: Contains Mac OS 9.2.2 Install
DOWNLOAD CD 2: (200MB Goodies CD) includes the iDVD 1.0.2 tutorials and the iMovie 2.1.2 tutorials



Details:  This 9.2.2 install developed by Blackholemac has the following differences when compared to our most popular 9.2.2 Install

IE 5 has been updated to 5.1.7, Aladdin StuffIt Expander is updated to 7.0.3. The AppleCD Audio Player software included (from Mac OS 9.1). It includes installers for AppleWorks 6.2.9 as well as a few other updated items (including an install for Apple Network Assistant 4.0.5 as well as the later iomega drivers). These are minor details, but may be more convenient for some users, so we have included it in our download area.

« Last Edit: June 03, 2018, 07:17:35 PM by DieHard »
Instructions: Most of our files have been encoded with MacBinary format (.bin) so that the data and the resource fork of the file will not be damaged when storing the file on a non-Macintosh file system. After downloading, if the file does not automatically decode by double-clicking, we recommend opening StuffIt Expander and Selecting "File" and "Open" to decode the downloaded file. StuffIt Expander is included in every Mac OS 9 installation. Additionally, once the StuffIt Expander app is open, check EDIT > PREFERENCES > INTERNET and "use stuffit expander for all available types"

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