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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
MacOS75.ZIP (9.56 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#2
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
MACOS75-CD.zip (166.74 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#3
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
MacOS75_DE.ZIP (118.43 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#4
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
MacOS75_Jpn.ZIP (76.53 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#5
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
MacOS75_WW.ZIP (390.64 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#6
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Special_Installers_7.5.zip (20.48 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#7
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
PPC601_WW.ZIP (112.85 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#8
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
PM6100_WW.ZIP (145.08 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
LC575CD.ZIP (57.79 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#10
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
PM6100CD_v1.ZIP (272.28 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#11
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
PM6100CD.ZIP (274.13 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#12
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
PM6100CD_DE.ZIP (264.11 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#13
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
PM6100CD_v3.ZIP (301.98 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#14
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
PERF500CD_75.ZIP (125.51 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#15
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
LC630CD_75.ZIP (70.16 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#16
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
PERF630DOS.ZIP (35.87 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#17
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
PERF636CD_75.ZIP (58.23 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#18
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
PERF630CD_75.ZIP (93.51 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
#19
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
PERF630PLUS.ZIP (56.96 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
7163Sys75UpgGde.PDF
Emulation
This app works with: Basilisk II, Mini vMac

This is System Software version 7.5. It introduces features such as PowerTalk and QuickDraw GX.

Mac OS 7.5 Disk Images & CD

Download link above is the disk images of Mac OS 7.5 in 1.4MB HFS image which can be mounted on the emulator or be written to a high-density Macintosh floppy disk on any computer with a variable-speed floppy drive.

MacOS75.ZIP: Mac OS 7.5 Floppy disk images.

This is System Software version 7.5. It introduces features such as PowerTalk and QuickDraw GX.

Mac OS 7.5 Disk Images & CD

Download link above is the disk images of Mac OS 7.5 in 1.4MB HFS image which can be mounted on the emulator or be written to a high-density Macintosh floppy disk on any computer with a variable-speed floppy drive. MacOS75.ZIP: Mac OS 7.5 Floppy disk images. While the original 7.5 above did not work in these models such as Macintosh Processor Upgrade Card and Power Macintosh 6100/66, 7100/80, and 8100/100, it contains the special specific software components and features. The sixth download is a built CD image containing disk images for these models. Special_Installers_7.5.zip: Built CD image containing Mac OS 7.5 disk images for Macintosh 601 upgrade card and Power Macintosh 6100/66, 7100/80, and 8100/100. Mac OS 7.5 were released in multiple languages. The file MacOS75_WW.ZIP containing disk images of Mac OS 7.5 in 34 languages on my created CD image. MacOS75_WW.ZIP: Built CD image containing worldwide Mac OS 7.5 disk images PPC601_WW.ZIP: Built CD image containing worldwide Mac OS 7.5 for Macintosh 601 Processor Upgrade Card disk images PM6100_WW.ZIP: Built CD image containing worldwide Mac OS 7.5 for Power Macintosh 6100/66, 7100/80, and 8100/110 disk images No selection of languages, you have to download them all instead And these download links below are the CD-ROM version of Mac OS 7.5, complete with extras. Can you find the secrets in this CD? MACOS75-CD.ZIP: Macintosh SSW 7.5 Installation Disc Image. 75de German CD scan MacOS75_DE.ZIP: Mac OS 7.5 Installation CD-ROM image (German). MacOS75_Jpn.ZIP: Mac OS 7.5 Installation CD-ROM image (Japanese).

Macintosh LC 575 CD-ROM

This is the system disk version 7.5 that shipped with later models of Macintosh LC 575. This CD installs original Mac OS 7.5 only like above, however nothing special inside. LC575CD.ZIP: Apple Macintosh CD: Macintosh LC 575 disc image

Macintosh LC/Quadra 630 CD-ROM

This is the system disk version 7.5 that shipped with later models of Macintosh Quadra 630 and LC 630. This CD installs original Mac OS 7.5 with some few extras in this CD. macos7 5 quadra630 CD-ROM scan LC630CD_75.ZIP: Apple Macintosh CD: Macintosh Quadra/LC 630 Installation Disc Image. (Z-7.5)

Power Macintosh 61/71/8100 CD-ROM

Original disc image for restoring a Power Mac 6100, 7100, or 8100. It includes the Mac OS 7.5 installer specifically designed for Power Macintosh 6100/66, 7100/80, 8100/100, and 8100/110 (CD version 2.0 and 3.0]). For 6100/60, 7100/66, and 8100/80, use the original Mac OS 7.5 installer, the disk images are provided in the Disk images folder (CD version 2.0/3.0]) or use the version 1.0 disc. Also included inside is the Power Macintosh Demo Apps, which you can test drive of the demo applications and viewing previews for the Power Macintosh. Apple Power Macintosh 6100 60, 7100 66, and 8100 CD-ROM 1.0 scan. 75ppc CD-ROM 2.0 German scan. PM6100 CD v3 CD-ROM 3.0 scan. PM6100CD_v1.ZIP: Apple Macintosh CD: Power Macintosh 6100/60, 7100/66, and 8100/80 v1.0 Installation disc image. PM6100CD.ZIP: Apple Macintosh CD: Power Macintosh 6100, 7100, and 8100 series v2.0 Installation disc image. PM6100CD_DE.ZIP: Apple Macintosh CD: Power Macintosh 6100, 7100, and 8100 series v2.0 Installation disc image. (D-7.5) PM6100CD_v3.ZIP: Apple Macintosh CD: Power Macintosh 6100, 7100, and 8100 series v3.0 Installation disc image.

Performa restores with Mac OS 7.5

Guide to restoring Performa Software: http://macintoshgarden.org/how-restore-the-performa-software

Performa 500 Series Restore

Restore CD for Performa 500 series. Software Included: Mac OS 7.5, 630 Series Mutlimedia Options, American Heritage Dictionary 3.0, Apple/America Online 2.1, ClarisWorks 2.1v3, ClarisWorks Tour, eWorld 1.0, eWorld Tour for Performa, Fax Modem Tour, Mario Teaches Typing 1.3.1, Quicken 4, Spectre Challenger 1.0.1C, Spin Doctor Challenger 1.1, Super Munchers 1.0, Performa Extras, and other extras. perf500 CD-ROM scan. PERF500CD_75.ZIP: Performa Restore CD disc image for Performa 500 series

Performa 630 DOS Compatible Restore

This disc is for Performa 630 with DOS compatibility card to run DOS and Windows programs. Software Included:Mac OS B-7.5 with DOS Compatibility SW 1.0.5, ClarisWorks 2.1, Performa Extras, and other extras. 02 CD-ROM scan. PERF630DOS.ZIP: Performa Restore CD disc image for Performa 630 DOS Series (B-7.5)

Performa 630CD, 635CD, 638CD restore

Restore CD for Performa 630CD, 635CD, 638CD, prepared by PowerPup. Software Included: Mac OS 7.5, 630 Series Multimedia Options, American Heritage Dictionary 3.0, ClarisWorks 2.1v3, ClarisWorks Tour, Crossword Wizard 1.0, eWorld 1.0, eWorld Tour for Performa, Fax Modem Tour, Kid Works 2, Kids' Samplers (EA*Kids Art Center Sampler, HELLO KITTY PIANO, Flying Colors Demo, Lemmings Mini-Game, Peter Pan Demo), Quicken 4, Spectre Challenger 1.0.1C, Spin Doctor Challenger 1.1, The Writing Center 1.03, Thinkin' Things 1.0.2P, Performa Extras, and other extras. performa630 5 8cd 0 CD-ROM scan. PERF630CD_75.ZIP: Performa Restore CD disc image for Performa 630CD, 635CD, and 638CD

Performa 630CD Plus restore

Restore CD for Performa 630 series. PERF630PLUS.ZIP: Performa Restore CD disc image for Performa 630CD Plus (B-7.5).

Performa 636CD restore

Restore CD for Performa 636CD, prepared by Gona. It contains 65% games and 35% software. Software Included: Mac OS 7.5, 630 Series Multimedia Options, American Heritage Dictionary 3.0, ClarisWorks 2.1v3, ClarisWorks Tour, eWorld 1.0, Spectre Challenger 1.0.1C, Spin Doctor Challenger 1.1, Performa Extras, and other extras. scan CD-ROM scan. PERF636CD_75.ZIP: Performa Restore CD disc image for Performa 636CDCompatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

Cannot run in SheepShaver due for PCI emulation. In Basilisk II, use the high color mode. For PowerMac CD, it can also installed on 68K Macintosh computers. For Performa CD, may work for other Performa 630 series.

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fogWraith's picture
by fogWraith - 2019, February 21 - 10:53am

Thanks much !
I've re-uploaded them elsewhere, so they should display fine now

sfp1954's picture
by sfp1954 - 2016, December 15 - 12:32am

7.5.3 Net installs are here.
http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/system-7-floppy-sets
Or universal 7.5 CD here.
http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/mac-os-install-cd-library

Headset Guy's picture
by Headset Guy - 2016, December 14 - 10:36pm

I have a 7100/66 that I'm trying to restore. I want to install 7.5 rather than 7.1.2, but I'm running into some problems. I can't boot from the v1 CD and I can't even burn the v2 CD (ImgBurn gives me an "Invalid or unsupported image file format" error, even though I changed it from .toast to .iso, and that's worked for every other .toast file I've wanted to burn). The v3 CD is burnable and bootable. Unfortunately, the disks I tried to write using the disk images all ended up being bad.

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2016, September 9 - 12:09pm

MT-32 works with the 12" P166 Card in my 7300/G3-450

I was about to suggest this as a possibility Smile

Pity about the 630 - but FWIW, that SoundBlaster 16 sw, etc is here now.

dr.zeissler's picture
by dr.zeissler - 2016, September 8 - 11:09pm

I can confirm that my MT-32 works with the 12" P166 Card in my 7300/G3-450 Smile
but I did not get the MT-32 to work with the 630DOS-Compatible Sad

dr.zeissler's picture
by dr.zeissler - 2016, September 8 - 12:03pm

SET MIDI=SYNTH:1 MAP:E MODE:0 variable within AUTOEXEC.BAT.

SYNTH:1 - Internal synthesiser
SYNTH:2 - Gameport (MPU-401)

MAP:G - General Midi
MAP:E - Extended Midi
MAP:B - Basic Midi

MODE:0 - General Midi
MODE:1 - Roland Sound Canvas
MODE:2 - Roland MT32

I think I should try this also! But I did not find which ApplePC-Cards allow Midi-Output. According to this: http://pccardfaq.com/manuals/pc_compatibility_card.pdf
There are only Win9x Settings mentioned Sad

dr.zeissler's picture
by dr.zeissler - 2016, September 8 - 6:19am

Sad that is really bad news. Thx for that info. I think I should stop that project. Would be interesting how the PCI-PC-Cards react on that. I will search for documentation. Perhaps using an orangePC solution is the better choice.

But for the 7" Addon-Card
"Connecting a MIDI device
You can connect a MIDI (musical instrument digital interface) device to the game controller port that comes on some models of the PC Compatibility Card. To connect a MIDI device, you need a Sound Blaster–compatible MIDI- to-joystick adapter (available from your computer dealer.) For instructions on connecting devices to the joystick port, see the next section, “Connecting a PC Game Controller.”

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2016, September 7 - 11:41pm

@dr.zeissler: I'm still in the process of collating the DOS Compatibility software - it will find a home here, shortly.

However, some bad news. I just read this in an Addendum to the Macintosh User's Guide (text document included in with the DOS Compatibility Installer Disk - Mac environment, version 1.0.5):

MIDI Transfers Supported on Macintosh Only

The LC 630 DOS Compatible does not have the capability of sending and receiving MIDI data through the serial port for DOS and Windows. MIDI data does travel internally on the PC side, but when connected direct for use with a MIDI instrument, no data will transfer. MIDI transfers are fully supported on the Macintosh side.

I am sorry to say, it is looking not so good for what you are wanting to achieve here.

dr.zeissler's picture
by dr.zeissler - 2016, September 7 - 2:04pm

This is interesting! Thx!

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2016, September 6 - 11:14am

Perhaps these Disks could solve other issues (ct-voice.drv) does not work for very old Dosgames/Demos.

I'll be adding a page for the LC/Performa/Quadra 630 DOS Compatible shortly (including the DOS software side), I'll add a link to it in this thread once its up.

The softmpu-driver has another feature that is routing the midi-signals not through the joystick-port and using a com-connection. Then I can use my working MacMidi-Connection and tell the PC-Compatiblity Extension to route the PC-Comport through Modem-Port of the Mac. Then I get signals on my MT-32 but they are garbage.

Here's a diagram scanned from the 630 DOS Compatible user manual describing the pinouts of Mini DIN-8 in relation to their DOS counterparts:

Apple Mini DIN 8 pinout comparison

It may be of use.

dr.zeissler's picture
by dr.zeissler - 2016, September 5 - 10:42pm

Perhaps these Disks could solve other issues (ct-voice.drv) does not work for very old Dosgames/Demos.

I do not want to access the pc-joystick port from the mac-side. MacMidi works just fine, there are no issues with that.

Old Dos-Computers that have no MPU401i Midi-Interface as a 8Bit AddonCard can use Midi through the Joystickport of the SoundblasterCard and that is exactly what I wanted to do.

You need a breakout-cable for joystick and midi(in/out) connect this directly to the Midi-Module (MT-32 in my case) and configure the softmpu-driver. I used that same connection on the pc-side without any problems. But this does not work with the sb16 chips apple used in their doscards. I don't know why.

The softmpu-driver has another feature that is routing the midi-signals not through the joystick-port and using a com-connection. Then I can use my working MacMidi-Connection and tell the PC-Compatiblity Extension to route the PC-Comport through Modem-Port of the Mac. Then I get signals on my MT-32 but they are garbage.

Thx
Doc

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2016, September 4 - 10:19pm

I don't know why the soundcard/soundchip in any Apple Dos-Cards do not send midi-signals through the joystick out.

I think that the joystick port is for games devices only on the PC side and that port is not accessible from the Mac side. As this Mac/DOS Compatible shares certain ports, then typically if a MIDI device was to work with the PC side at all, it would have to be routed through a mini-DIN 8 serial port (modem or printer ports).

In the PC Setup Control Panel on the Mac side you would need to assign either port (as COMM 1 or 2) and use a cable via the chosen serial port to the MIDI device you want to use.

How this pans out for you I couldn't say, as I have never used Mac connected MIDI devices. But if its going to work ever, my guess is it would be via the Mac's serial ports only.

[Edit] I also recall that for the DOS side, Apple supplied Sound Blaster 16 drivers - its been a long time since I owned this Mac so my memory is dim (that just came back to me)...

I don't have the Mac any more but I did keep the disks. So, additional to what's at the Apple mirror, I have Display & Sound Blaster 16 drivers, install disks. If you think they may help I will upload images of them.

24bit's picture
by 24bit - 2016, September 4 - 4:21pm

Hi Doc!
Could you ever confirm that the MIDI output from games on the PC side could actually be routed to the Mac side serial ports? (Presuming that this was what you are trying)
Personally I doubt that such a thing was possible. MIDI timing issues are far too complex to be handled that way IMHO.
On a side note, none of the known Mac emulators ever ventured to support MIDI routing from the Mac emulator to the host OS, guess why. Smile

This guy here has a 630/DOS in his collection, maybe he´s the one to ask.
https://computermuseum.wordpress.com/2011/01/03/performa-630-dos-compati...

For testing old games it would be much easier to use an old PentiumII or III (with or without SCSI HBA) and FusionPC or BII build 142 methinks. Mac 400k and 800k floppies can not be used that way, but many of those floppies have already been preserved as disk images.

dr.zeissler's picture
by dr.zeissler - 2016, September 4 - 12:56pm

Currently I use 7.6.1 with Dos-Compatiblity-Software 1.6.4 But that seems to be not the problem.
I don't know why the soundcard/soundchip in any Apple Dos-Cards do not send midi-signals through the joystick out. Seems to be a hardware issue, but I can't find any information about that.

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2016, September 4 - 9:54am

I once owned a Quadra 630 DOS Compatible, it shipped with SSW 7.5 and DOS Compatibility Software version 1.0.2 (I think) - Updating this to version 1.6.4 was a good move stability wise. - You can still DL this software (versions 1.0.2 to 1.6.4) from sites mirroring the old Apple Software Updates site.

I recommend version 1.6.4, there are two disk images to DL, one for the Mac side, the other is for the PC side. 1.6.4 requires Mac OS version 7.5.3 or newer, if you're running an earlier Mac OS then you may need to consider the earlier compatibility versions listed there. You won't require the file APPLEVDO.INF, also located at the above address, if you install version 1.6.4 (its included).

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2016, September 4 - 12:47am

Performa630Dos-CD: Is there a tool to extract the files without installation ?

No (not as far as I know). Performa installers look for physical disk drives before they will run, too, so emulators are out - unless you have a rare setup with actual SCSI drives and emulator that can read/write to them (e.g.; Basilisk II, build 142 on Windows).

Anything in particular that you were hoping to extract?

dr.zeissler's picture
by dr.zeissler - 2016, September 4 - 12:12am

Performa630Dos-CD: Is there a tool to extract the files without installation ?
TomeViewer does not work, stuffit does not work. Thx Doc

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2015, November 21 - 5:53am

Have you tried to get mounted the CD image from within the Basilisk GUI application already?
You could add it like the hard disk drive files.

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by Think Differently - 2015, November 21 - 5:48am

Hi, if anyone is still supervising this page, can someone please upload the CD files, especially the Performa ones, in .sit archive format? The .toast images are too big and they freeze up Basilisk II when trying to mount them. I can't access any of the applications because the system locks up. Thanks so much to anyone who can help!

bender's picture
by bender - 2013, May 18 - 4:44am

I replaced the link for the Powermac 6100/7100/8100 restore CD version 3.0. I have the physical cd so i can upload it again if it is removed.

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2013, March 23 - 1:58am

Replaced link to Mac OS 7.5 for LC630/Quadra630. I uploaded it originally for sheep to add to his collection.

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by MacinTricks - 2012, February 15 - 5:23pm

You rock, Protocol7. Thanks for your time!

Protocol 7's picture
by Protocol 7 - 2012, February 15 - 1:42pm

Done. I've updated the link below.

Was wondering if there was an extension I might have missed Smile

MacinTricks's picture
by MacinTricks - 2012, February 15 - 5:35am

Ooh! Thank you so much! I can post this as an application now, too! If this is from the restored Performa disc, can you do one more thing for me? Can you peek inside the Extensions folder and find the "Billminder" extension? Apparently that's part of it, too. It would be really cool!

Protocol 7's picture
by Protocol 7 - 2012, February 15 - 1:41pm

Here's Quicken 4: http://ge.tt/9ZbEpeD (updated with Billminder extension)

MacinTricks's picture
by MacinTricks - 2012, February 14 - 11:12pm

Poo. I'm using Linux. Thanks though.

Fortuna Wave's picture
by Fortuna Wave - 2012, February 14 - 8:22am

Use VMWare Fusion or Parallels Desktop for Mac if you using Intel Mac.

MacinTricks's picture
by MacinTricks - 2012, February 14 - 1:48am

Would somebody do me a huge favor? I really need a copy of Quicken 4.0. Apparently, the restore disc:

http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/macintosh-system-75#Performa_630CD_635CD...

contains Quicken 4, but it's trapped inside the Restore All Software program. I recognize it is possible to extract this disc using SoftMac XP by emulating a SCSI volume, as specified in the Performa Restore Discs guide, but I don't have access to a Windows-based system. Perhaps someone even has a standalone version of Quicken 4.0 they would be willing to upload to M.G.?

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2012, February 11 - 4:51pm

Sure. Please (someone) upload all the external stuff to the internal server, too.

Fortuna Wave's picture
by Fortuna Wave - 2012, February 11 - 10:32am
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It's time to merge all the pages associated with Mac OS 7.5.0 with this page, making just like a guide. Also, I have resizing CD scans and cleaned up all discussions from the original application pages.

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

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2011, January 4 - 4:42pm

was the most compatible

Not always. Mac OS 7.5 brokes a lot stuff, I remember Battle Chess (b/w version) and Deluxe Music Construction Set.

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

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by My dear LC II - 2011, January 4 - 1:45pm
4

was the most compatible

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by Fortuna Wave - 2009, October 21 - 2:33am

For users has the Macintosh with 601 processor upgrade or Power Mac 6100, 7100, and 8100 series, I can now include these disk images only on the separate one.

Fortuna Wave's picture
by Fortuna Wave - 2009, October 16 - 2:37pm

I've updated this page so it will add the original disk sets in DiskDup format.

Fortuna Wave's picture
by Fortuna Wave - 2009, June 17 - 1:14am

You instead post the CD-ROM to here.

Balrog's picture
by Balrog - 2009, June 12 - 10:04pm

@Attila:

I have most (more like all Smile ) of these in my archives. However, it's too much to put online here.

And I don't post torrents.

Attila's picture
by Attila - 2009, June 12 - 6:18pm

Buy it yourself if you want it so bad. And that big complicated request does not belong in the software's description field. You should post it to the forum or to comments.