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Apple Legacy CD 2000 v1.0

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MD5: 7f7f1a2fd182cd30086d0ba9fb0573a1
For System 7.0 - 7.6
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About the Apple Legacy 2000 CD

Welcome to the Apple Legacy 2000 CD, designed to provide you with a complete system software installation solution for Internet and Y2K compliance.

This document provides an overview of the CD and instructions on how to get the most out of it. Before installing any software from this CD, please read this entire document and the included Contract and Software License Agreement.

Starting Up from the Apple Software Recovery CD

Apple Legacy 2000 CD Start Up Capability: Mac OS 7.6.1 supports all Legacy Macintosh systems with an Apple-branded internal or external CD-ROM drive.

NOTE Macintosh computers that cannot start up from this or any CD due to design limitations are the Macintosh 128k, 512k, 512ke, Plus, SE, SE/30, II, IIx, IIcx, and LC. You may still mount this CD, and make floppy disk images of all of the software on this CD for installation purposes.

With this CD in the CD-ROM drive at startup, hold down the "c" key on the keyboard until you see "Welcome to Mac OS." If you have difficulty with the "c" key startup feature, try holding down the Command, Option, Shift, and Delete keys until you see "Welcome to Mac OS."

You may find that your Macintosh boots from this CD without the need to hold down any keys. This is due to either your regular startup disk not spinning up fast enough from a "cold" boot or the Startup Disk control panel does not have a drive selected.

IMPORTANT The System Folder on the Apple Legacy 2000 CD has been especially prepared to function only when the CD is the startup device. It will not function if copied to your hard drive for use on your Macintosh.


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Architecture: 68k PPC