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Connectix PhotoBadge 1.0

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Connectix_PhotoBadgetm_1.0.sit (6.92 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Connectix_PhotoBadgetm_1.0_PC.iso (12.02 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
Emulation
Guides on emulating older applications

Download the .sit file for Macintosh or the .iso file for Windows 95 PCs.

Macintosh System Requirements:
- Macintosh 68030 processor or faster, including PowerPCs
- System 7.1 or later
- 8 MB RAM and 1 MB available hard disk space
- CD-ROM drive
- Connectix QuickCam or other QuickTime video input device (for adding pictures)
- Printer

Windows System Requirements
- 486 or Pentium class machine
- Windows 95
- 8 MB RAM and 1 MB available hard disk space
- CD-ROM drive
- Connectix QuickCam or other video fro WIndows input device (for adding pictures)
- Printer

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC (Carbonized)

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MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2019, October 14 - 10:41pm

Thanks. It's great that you can do the fix.

I'd placed a badly formed link to ImgBurn in my previous post, now corrected.

LimeiBook86's picture
by LimeiBook86 - 2019, October 14 - 9:32pm

Thanks for the catch @MikeTomTom! I'll be sure to do that from an actual PC shortly, I did it from my intel Mac and wasn't thinking. I'll replace the file when possible.

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by MikeTomTom - 2019, October 12 - 11:52pm

@LimeiBook86: Thanks for this upload to the MG's archive.

However, both the .img and the .iso are the same. Both are in HFS format, both will mount on a classic Mac desktop using the Virtual CD/DVD Utility and both have the same content.

The .iso is not able to be mounted on a Windows desktop because of the HFS only format (has no ISO 9660 part). As is, it cannot be directly installed to that platform.

If possible, and if you have access to a PC and you have the original CD of this software;
Could you please re-rip the CD to iso, using ImgBurn and re-upload the iso? Thanks.