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If you want a way more successful Mac OS 9.2.2 boot CD, try the Mac OS 9.2.2 universal boot CD (2002 edition). For unsupported G4's (such as eMac 1ghz/ATI) see Mac OS 9.2.2 Install (for unsupported G4s) See also: Mac OS 9.2.2 'boot kit' for booting your G3 or G4 from an USB stick. Download Mac OS 9.2.2 Universal (2013 MacOS9Lives edition) for Mac. Mac OS 9.2.2 Unsupported G4s.iso Mac OS 9.2.2 Universal Install.iso. Googling for these would bring more info on the topic. I didn’t tried it myself, however it is said to be working (with caveats, of course). (I intended to do this one day, however in the meantime I’ve acquired MacOS 9-supported ‘Piano’ G3 Powerbook.

I just got another PowerBook, and the disk had been wiped by the prior user, and all it did was boot up to the blinking mac face. So not very useful. I did luckily buy some CD’s from a user on reddit a few months ago, so I had 10.4 install DVD, and an install of 9.2.2 for the emac.

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Now the OS 9, is an install disc, not one of the recovery discs, and naturally the aluminum powerbooks don’t boot OS 9, so I’m kind of out of luck for getting Classic working, or so I had thought. I copied the System Folder from the CD onto the hard disk, and told the classic applette to boot it, and it updated some system files, and then gave me this fine message:

So this got me thinking, back in the Sheepshaver days when trying to boot from an ISO as a disk file, it fails the same way because the image is read/write. If it’s read-only it does boot up however. So I used disk util, and made a new read-only disk image from a directory, and pointed it to a directory that I’d moved the CD’s system folder, desktop to. After mounting the read only image, it booted!

Now for the best part, I then kicked off the installer from the CD, and had it install a copy of OS 9, onto the OS X disk.

It’s worth noting that just about every optional install fails. It’ll come back with an error, and you can skip the component. It’s probably just easier to install the minimal OS image.

But rest assured it really does install.

After the install you can eject the CD, unmount the read-only copy and tell the classic to stop and then boot from the new installed copy of OS 9 on the OS X disk. It didn’t interfere with my OS X from booting, although the ‘sane person’ would probably have disk image make a small (1gb) read/write virtual disk, and have the installer install to that.

So to recap, copy the system folder from the CD onto read-write media, and let classic update it. get it to the point that it’s not happy about being mounted read-write. Move it to a read-only disk image and have classic boot from that, and then run the OS 9 installer to install itself to whatever target disk you need or want.

I’ve run Netscape 4, IE 3 & 4, QuickTime 4, and the SIMS version 1 (the OS 8/9 carbon version). using 10.4.0 on an aluminum powerbook.

I don’t know if anyone else has done this, I couldn’t find any real concrete guides for installing OS 9 from OS X. So here we go.

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As of the posting of this tip, the Mac OS 9 downloads on Apple's support site are not fully available.

This tip of a method of obtaining the downloads was suggested by sdfox7. Special thanks to them for decoding

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how to discover old downloads.


Locate the support.apple.com website for the download. In the case of most of the system downloads for Mac OS 9, there is this link:


and


In event the link doesn't work, go to http://web.archive.org/ to find it. For this link, the example site is:




If you are looking for the 9.2.2 download, the direct link from that page is



Clicking through



First on the page you will find North American English, 9.2.2, 21.3MB.


When you right click, or control-mouse button the download link and select copy link, you obtain:



Edit this link to reveal just the file name and not the path going to it and paste it in your favorite search engine. In this case, the file name is:

Mac Os 9.2 2 Download Free


Mac_OS_9.2.2_Update.smi.bin


Searching you'll find that this link has that download.

Mac Os 9.2.2 Download Software



As it happens, the website:


has the download links for all the Mac OS 9 updates and others.

You can use a similar method for many other downloads of older software.


As I also found out, .bin files even Mac OS X 10.9 understands. .smi files Disk utility won't open in Mac OS X 10.9, but it will convert to .dmg files.

If you copy the contents to a USB Flash drive of the same name as the dmg file (without the suffix), it can hold the installer in question and connect older Mac OS 9 machines to run the installer from. Just make sure the USB drive is formatted HFS+ no journaling, or FAT16 and under 4GB in size.


The other thing to note, is that no Mac running Mac OS X 10.3 or higher supports the old style floppy disks of under 1.4 MB. The beige PowerMacs were the last that supported the 800k floppies with the single notch on the the corner. If you have floppies with two notches on either corner of the label, then they are 1.4 MB.

1.4 MB floppy looks like:

400k and 800k floppy look like:

Note how the 800k only has one notch for the write protect tab, and no other opening on the other corner.


The thread I learned about this method isLinks for Mac OS 9 Downloads are faulty! Download serum with keygen.


Other older knowledgebase links can be found by this tip's methods:

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Some of the articles linked to for these updates may refer to the old knowledgebase format which may yield links you can convert with archive.org,

as described below:



Mac Os 9.2.2 Download

Note: the ii.net mirror that used to be linked to no longer exists.