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DAW - Plugins (VST,TDM,RTAS,MAS) / Re: ik-multimedia t-racks (feb 2000)
« Last post by MacTron on January 22, 2019, 01:46:41 PM »
The IK-Multimedia T-Racks VST was found as a demo on the Sampletank 2 CD's, IIRC.
It works as a full version if is registered with a valid SN.
I don't know if this software was posted somewhere ... but we talk about this at its moment...
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General Hardware Discussions / Re: Cisco Aironet 350 PCMCIA driver for OS 9
« Last post by WillyWonka on January 22, 2019, 09:32:41 AM »
Here you go :) If you ever find the OSX driver please let me know.

Received the card today, installed the drivers but the card is not recognised. I see there are three new extensions:


Also the installed app is called pcm340PPC. Maybe these drivers are suited for the aironet 340 and not the 350?

I will try this card in a TiBook but that laptop is now at home (broken screen, only usable with VGA output). This one runs native OS9 so maybe that's the problem, trying to use this on a unsupported AluBook...

One question , is it possible to Clone a Mac Boot Volume ( normal G4 Not fw 800) with the ASR Software on the CD Rom ?

Yes... Of course
Hacking the System, Mac OS 9.3, and Beyond ! / Re: 9.2.3
« Last post by OS923 on January 22, 2019, 06:50:25 AM »
See the latest progress in the attachment. Now I'm improving "Pseudo undelete". Then I have to check the headers of all my code. Then all my "other" work is finished. Then OS 9.2.3 and the new Finder are all I have to do.
Application Development & Programming in the Classic Mac OS / Re: SIOUX annoyance
« Last post by OS923 on January 22, 2019, 06:46:09 AM »
InsertSIOUXBuffer calls UserBreak which uses GetCaretTime instead of 0.
This causes also a problem with missing characters in input.
Change GetCaretTime() to 0 in UserBreak.
Then relink these libraries:
MSL SIOUX.Carbon.Lib
DAW - Plugins (VST,TDM,RTAS,MAS) / Re: ik-multimedia t-racks (feb 2000)
« Last post by macStuff on January 22, 2019, 05:32:43 AM »
if you guys have the VST version, please, it would be of great value to have this made available for all those interested in using it in Cubase, Logic + Ableton Live
Mac OS 9 Booting on Previously Unsupported Hardware / Reduced CPU speeds.
« Last post by darthnVader on January 22, 2019, 03:21:34 AM »
OS 9 on unsupported 7447a CPU's maybe a little tricky.

It seems on portable models, the CPU multiplier boots in DFS mode, meaning reduced CPU speeds under OS 9, because we have no software to put the CPU in High Performance mode.

Specifically SPR 1009 ( HID1 ) bit 9.

Does anyone know of any OS 9 software that can read or write to SPR's?

Is there a way to set the SPR via Open Firmware?

If we had a way to set/unset this bit under OS 9, we could get the stealth upgrade 1.5 Ghz Mini to operate in DFS mode.

Desktop systems are not affected because the 7447a doesn't support 1/4 multipliers in DFS mode. Meaning if your desktop Mac has a CPU that is x.5 x the bus speed, it wouldn't support DFS, unless you changed the multiplier to be a whole number.

Also, the 1.5Ghz Mini would support DFS as the Multiplier is 9x 167, however it lacks PRIM_Info, so OS X won't show that option in the Energy Saver Control Panel.

Setting the correct bit in the PRIM_Info would make the option appear in OS X and OS 9, however OS 9 lacks any code for the 7447a, so it can't change the Performance Mode of the CPU.

Likely, if we knew more about the Apple CPU Plugin, we could patch it to support DFS on the 7447a.

If you have a 1.5Ghz Mini, running OS X, and you would like to test DFS, install CHUD Tools and use ReggieSE to set/unset bit 9 of HID1.
just because it gets a self assigned ip doesnt mean u cant manually set the ip yourself afterwards

i have had that problem many times i swear its easily circumvented by entering gateway, ip, + subnet mask

i have a quicksilver 933 (2002) here i can try to plug in to take a look
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