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Floppy Disk Images

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For System 1 - 5 - Mac OS X
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Guides on emulating older applications

This is simply two floppy disk images (800 KB & 1.4 MB) for use with Mini vMac. They work all the way from System 1 to Mac OS X.

I have uploaded this here to make it easier for people to package really old games for upload. It took me a while to figure out how to use Disk Copy correctly, and this is meant to make things easier for others.

To use these, simply mount them in any emulator or in Mac OS X, add your files and rename the disk. Couldn't be easier. Smile

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by macplus99 - 2011, August 29 - 8:34pm
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You can download more from the Mini vMac page here ----> http://minivmac.sourceforge.net/extras/blanks.html

Thanks for posting this!!! Laughing out loud

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by IIGS_User - 2009, December 13 - 8:03pm

Always work with a copy of these disk images to keep a blank one. Smile
They not only work with Mini vMac, but with other emulators, too.

When mounting disk images the first time, the emulated Mac OS may asks you to initialize them.
Please confirm that step.

And yes, it's a big advantage to upload disk image wrapped games and applications instead of uploading a collection of separately floating files. How to put separately floating files into an emulator?
It is much easier just to mount a disk image into the emulator than copying files over to it.

Mini vMac mounts disk images just by dragging them onto the Mini vMac application icon.