Mk.558 wrote:Would there be any additions to the 7.5 NAD over a regular 7.5 install to the data fork? ResCompare can see both forks but identifying them is a chore.
AINI, atlk, BNDL, cmtb, ctb, drvr, ecf2, ecfg, enet, fovr, GDEF, gnld, gnth, iopc, lmgr, ltlk, PAT#, ppt#, and sfvr
Dennis Nedry wrote:'AINI' (all)
'DRVR' 9, 10, 40, 126, 127
'ICN#' -16411, -3978, -3977
'ics#' -3980, -3978, -3977
'STR ' -8192
'STR#' -16503, -16411
Mk.558 wrote:Mainly because Apple's 7.5NAD is pretty much for machines that spec a minimum of 7.5 (like the LC580). All the PPC machines I looked at on everymac.com required 7.5.3 minimum (or 7.5.2).
Dennis Nedry wrote:There are some techniques out there to write beyond the capacity of a floppy disk, I'm not sure if that works on Macs or not but Microsoft was known to do this with Windows installer floppies. It saved disks and made them hard to copy - that was awesome for them.
Mk.558 wrote:I've always been curious why 1.44 FDDs and Sony 1.44MB disk drives often say "2MB" on them. 2MB is 2048K, which would have been quite nice to have...
EDIT: Doing that 1.78MB stuff would be just the ticket for flopticals...oh wait they did to that
Any reason why a boot CD can't be used with a PowerPC or very late '040 machine?
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