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PowerBook G4 Titanium 667/800 MHz (“Ivory”) Software Install and Restore CDs (Mac OS 9.2.2 & X 10.1.4)

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PBG4_OS9.toast_.sit (427.33 MB)
MD5: 031d56ac34b81cfa0ec39c8c1cb610e8
For Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
PBG4_OSX.toast_.sit (492.01 MB)
MD5: 38d6dd43ea8f36eaeff92ced58a88e30
For Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
PBG4_Apps.toast_.sit (96.86 MB)
MD5: d9cd69ab53751da918038692caea3408
For Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
PBG4_SR1.toast_.sit (554.02 MB)
MD5: 883dbe5fa42577c172c0f871a2a93f34
For Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
PBG4_SR2.toast_.sit (570.56 MB)
MD5: 607b4cfaa4e426bd2c0c182413821d28
For Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
PBG4_SR3.toast_.sit (122.17 MB)
MD5: 9445c652cb901360418fcba369bb1f2f
For Mac OS 9
Guides on emulating older applications

This is the Apple CD Set (Machine Specific) for the PowerBook G4 Titanium DVI with 667 MHz and 800 MHz CPUs, produced beginning in early 2002. They have the code name “Ivory”, and are identifiable by having DVI ports, Gigabit Ethernet, model number A1001, model ID PowerBook3,4 and Apple order number M8591LL/A (667 MHz) and M8592LL/A (800 MHz)

The PowerBook G4/667/800 (DVI) features a PowerPC 7455 (G4) processor with the AltiVec "Velocity Engine" vector processing unit, 256k on chip level 2 cache, and 1.0 MB level 3 cache, PC133 SDRAM, a Ultra ATA/66 hard drive (4200 RPM), a slot-loading 8X DVD/CD-RW "Combo" drive, and ATI Mobility Radeon 7500 (4X AGP) graphics with 32 MB of DDR SDRAM in a 1-inch thick Titanium case with a 15.2" TFT display (1280x854 native resolution). The 800 model also included built-in AirPort (802.11b). Custom configurations also were available.

- excerpt adapted from specs

Other PowerBook G4 Titanium software discs

In an effort to make other Titanium PowerBook software more discoverable, here are various discs for all models:

Architecture: PPC PPC (Carbonized)


MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2020, October 1 - 7:41am

@ticky: I've restored the page to the one previous to the last edit. But the text was removed by the original uploader of the software on this page, which he may have had a reason for doing so. But I don't know why the text was removed. Anyway, it's back up now.

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by ticky - 2020, October 1 - 7:34am

This looks like it got vandalised and the text removed? Is there a simple way to revert?

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by Magic - 2014, November 19 - 7:53pm

Anyone know if this set will work on the earlier 667 Gigabit?

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by swamprock - 2014, November 16 - 4:55pm

Thanks for this. The method and image at works fine, but leaves my 667 a little less stable than with a normal OS 9 install. I lost my original TiBook cd, so this will come in very handy!

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by MikeTomTom - 2014, November 7 - 12:43am

Great. When you upload the others please add them to this page. You can change the page title to suit, e.g; "PowerBook G4 Titanium DVI Install set" or similar.

Thanks again.

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by user235709233 - 2014, November 7 - 12:08am

Excellent. I will upload the full set soon. And yes this is for the DVI TiBook 667/800Mhz (I have the latter and got these discs for it)

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by MikeTomTom - 2014, November 6 - 11:52pm

Can someone confirm it burns to a bootable form?

Yes, the toast image has an MD5 checksum: 5bed49ceafcc10f57818b69605346ef1 and results in a very bootable CD once burned. - It boots my 1GHz eMac so I would say this will boot the intended device too Smile

I gather this is for the PowerBook 667 MHz and 800 MHz model Titanium (DVI).

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by user235709233 - 2014, November 6 - 10:42pm

caught the set on ebay for cheap using . Can someone confirm it burns to a bootable form? I will then upload the rest of the set -- restore / os x / apps

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by MikeTomTom - 2014, November 6 - 9:49pm

This is one rare install set to "come in from the cold". Many thanks for archiving it here.