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Mac OS 9.2.2 System Folders for Power Macs G4 and PowerBook G4 Titanium (DVI)


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#1
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Quicksilver.sit (123.96 MB)
MD5: fecf6e78c8012ad6690225bf3ea4a7f6
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#2
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Classic_folder.sit (109.28 MB)
MD5: fef1cc4833f8ef135a6812a3e76ffb23
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#3
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
PowerMacInstall.sit (691.88 MB)
MD5: 5fe91ffb019b72ef168fff5c4ba0af1f
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
#4
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
TiBook_1GHz.toast_.sit (245.75 MB)
MD5: fa549f8a595c22954c60063413d373a5
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
Emulation
Guides on emulating older applications

Some 9.2.2 System Folders for machines that don't allow traditional CD/DVD-based install of Mac OS 9.

Download #1: Mac OS 9.2.2 folder from a Power Mac G4 Quicksilver.

Download #2: Mac OS 9.2.2 folder with Classic Function installed for Mac OS X Tiger.

Download #3: Complete Mac OS 9 extraction from the five CD Power Mac Install set. Includes the System Folder, the Applications (OS 9) folder and the Documents folder.

Download #4: Mac OS 9.2.2 system folders extracted from the PowerBook G4 Titanium (DVI) A1025 (867MHz/1.0GHz) Software Install and Restore DVD. Unstuffed, this should result in a bootable OS 9 toast image.

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC PPC (Carbonized)

Various models of PowerPC G4-based Macintosh, depending on the download, including:

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by os9er - 2017, November 6 - 11:29pm
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This is great for those people who have machines that, as the page says, don't allow normal CD installs. ... I'm not one of those people, but I'm still trying the TiBook extraction image on my iBook G3/500.

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by Raptor007 - 2017, May 22 - 9:11am
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Thank you! This is exactly what I needed to get Mac OS 9.2.2 and all the hardware drivers for my PowerBook G4 A1025 867MHz. I mounted the .toast file using OS X 10.5.8 and it claimed the image was damaged, but you can ignore the warning and copy the files anyway.

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by s7345565 - 2017, April 19 - 10:56pm
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Thank you so much for posting these. I have a 1GHz TiBook and have found the OS 9 install process to be a nightmare every time I have to clean install. Your extracted folder worked perfectly the first time, and is much faster than an install off a disc anyway (I install by mounting the Toast image on one machine, then copying the files to the TiBook 1GHz in Firewire Target Disk Mode). Thanks again!

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by Troyd - 2015, February 25 - 11:23am

I have taken the liberty of adding the OS9 folders from the TiBook Restore DVD I have here since my previous effort had a number of corrupted files on it. I do not have the time at the moment to perform extensive testing on it so if anyone detects any issues with it, please let me know and I will address those as soon as I can. From what I can see it seems OK.

The toast image was created on OS9 with Toast 5.2.3 and stuffed with Stuffit 7.0.3 to preserve resource forks.

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by os9er - 2014, December 24 - 4:11pm

One time, I actually used something like this to install 9.2.2 on an iMac G3 when I wanted to update it a little bit, and it actually worked Smile