Got an Apple IIgs

From: Hotze <>
Date: Sat Jan 17 12:02:11 1998

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From: Zane H. Healy <>
To: Discussion re-collecting of classic computers
Date: Saturday, January 17, 1998 8:38 PM
Subject: Re: Got an Apple IIgs

>>Well, I've got a comment and a question.
>>1. Yes, the apple software is avaible for download, but I forget where.
>>need to copy it in a special way for it to work on disks. You might be
>>to have a serial link, etc. do it, unless you've got a Mac, which makses
>>SO easy.
>It sounds like no one can remember where it can be found, I know I can't
I've got the OS here, downloaded on my computer, so whoever wants it, just ask, and I'll e-mail it as an attachment, or, I could like post it on my web site, or something.
There is a Macintosh utility that is required to write the disks,
>called "Disk Copy". Very handy util if you have a Mac. I ran into one
>problem when I created my set of disks, I wasn't able to write them using
>my PowerMac 8500/180. I ended up creating them using either my SE/30 or
>Powerbook 520c, I don't remember which. Basically any cheap 68k Mac with a
>1.44Mb floppy can do this.
>>2. Does anyone know how to get the XGS Win32 emulator working?
>Sounds obscene. You probably need the ROMs for the IIgs. No, I don't know
>where or how you can get them.
Got 'em. But, I still can't get it working. I'll try it on my 200 MHz "beast". (Well, compared to my former 486/66 28MB RAM 2.1GB HDD, it's REALLY NICE.)
    BTW, Zane, sorry for not replying to that Linux e-mail, I've been really busy. I'll respond soon.
    Tim D. Hotze
Received on Sat Jan 17 1998 - 12:02:11 GMT

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