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HOW TO PLAY DVDs
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DVDs play with the universal binary version of VLC. Use the "Disc >VIDEO_TS folder" feature, and browse to the VIDEO_TS folder on your DVD disc, or rip the contents to your hard drive and view it from there.
  
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HOW TO RUN "CLASSIC" MAC APPS
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Want to run "Classic" Mac programs? You can, with the Mac OS X port of Basilisk II, a suitable Mac ROM (e.g., 1MB Quadra ROM),
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and an HFS image of a bootable Mac volume.
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The trick is to create a blank disk volume in Basilisk II, and then substitute a bootable volume with the same name.
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(Basilisk's browse for a disk imaage" feature currently doesn't work.)
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Substituting a bootable volume solves this problem -- and system 7.5.x is freely downloadable.
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Basilisk runs System 8 nicely, too. (Set the system for 68040 for System 8; system 7 runs best with the 68030+FPU setting.)
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And they said it couldn't be done!
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== Can't upload ==
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When was the Image Upload shut down and when will it be back up?
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Every time I hit the upload link I get 'Sorry, uploading is disabled.'
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I fixed it. [[User:Shuddertrix|Shuddertrix]] 13:17, 21 Aug 2005 (CDT)

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