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Apple Applications Recovery CD

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
AppleAppRecoveryCD.ZIP (587.16 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
This app works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II, Mini vMac

This is Apple Applications Recovery disc dated September 2000. It includes most of the Apple applications and peripherals software for use of software recovery and maintenance. This CD works well for all Macintosh computers prior to 2002 and Mac OS emulators.

The download link above is a compressed zip archive contains a ".toast" image, which is burnable in PC or Mac. However, this disc is for evaluation purposes only as this disc is the part of the AppleCare Support Professional Tools.
MD5 Checksum & Filename: 867E35EF428E7194FE7C46CAACDC1280 *AppleAppRecoveryCD.ZIP

Be careful that the CD image came from the download link above will have minor corruptions, such as ARA Personal Server 3.0 disk 2 and Chinese Language Kit 2.0 (bad checksum). Some software in this disc (Final Cut Pro/AppleShare IP) may require the serial number, you have to find it yourself.

From the readme:

Apple Applications Recovery CD

Will Start Up:
This CD does not include start up capability.

Contains Software Installations for:
Most Apple-branded application software, such as AppleShare File Server, At Ease, and Language Kit software; all Apple peripheral software.

Architecture: 68k PPC

Most programs are compatible in SheepShaver.


by pat - 2016, November 22 - 4:24pm

Please re-upload Macgeek417's version. If uploading that version is not possible, please upload the error free ARA Personal Server 3.0 disk 2 and Chinese Language Kit 2.0.

Thank you!

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by uyjulian - 2014, May 18 - 5:22pm

Nah, the lnk is fixxed now.

by ejlml - 2014, February 24 - 4:43pm

Where is the link?

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by uyjulian - 2014, February 12 - 9:59pm

Link broke

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by redj - 2013, August 28 - 2:15am

On MediaFire: Folder not found… Sad

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by uyjulian - 2013, July 13 - 1:36am

Somebody please reupload, I want AppleShare IP...

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by TataMisia - 2012, December 12 - 12:35pm

Second screen not load

by gramirez - 2012, December 11 - 1:57am

Can someone please re-upload this file?

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by Protocol 7 - 2011, October 15 - 12:25pm

Looks fine here. Try it again.

by Cubist - 2011, October 15 - 12:06pm

Is the Part3.rar file corrupt? When I downloaded it, said file ended up being only 15.2 KB, not 100 MB. Anybody else get that sort of result?

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by Fortuna Wave - 2010, November 25 - 2:55pm

Galane has the same CD above, except Galane has the May 1999 version part number 691-0391-A, the contents of the Galane's CD different than the September 2000 one, most files are not corrupt and some items that is not available in the September 2000 one.

by closeddoors1559 - 2009, December 31 - 2:49pm

Thanks for uploading the fixed CD, Macgeek417. RapidShare is slow, but I am already happy with a non-corrupt version of this great CD.

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by Fortuna Wave - 2009, December 30 - 7:21am

Macgeek417 has got the non-corrupt version of Apple Applications Recovery and he has uploaded to the website. Get it now today:

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by ken147 - 2009, December 2 - 12:36pm

i downloaded it using a iMac and when i go to mount the image it says that there are no mountable file systems.... it was fine when burned the image to a disk but when i try to mount the images in 10.5.8 using Disk Utility, or in 9.2.2 using disk copy or shrinkwrap they give me a i think a -199 error......any help would be great because i really need AppleShare IP

by closeddoors1559 - 2009, December 1 - 7:50pm

I tried to run the disk images on the emulated CD, but it keeps saying I don't have enough memory when I gave Sheepshaver and Basilisk II 128MB memory.

Error messages:

The Mount Image operation did not
complete. (-108)

Not enough memory.

Another message:

There is not enough memory to open "Disk

I used my other Disk Copy on my virtual HD.

I tried to run it on Mac OS 7.5.5 (Basilisk II) and Mac OS 8.1 (Sheepshaver).
And At Ease 4.0 and 5.0 has an alias that doesn't work. This is really weird.

EDIT: There are also images that are damaged, such as ARA PS Install.img.

Edit: Replaced 'xxx 7' by 'Mac OS 7' - IIGS User

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by ken147 - 2009, November 30 - 5:22pm

This is the CD that I have been looking for!!!!!!!! I've been wanting the Apple File Server software for my G3 so I can use it as a file server....

again thank you so much!!!!!!!!!