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  1. traildog64

    Link Mac SE with MacMini via AppleTalk?

    Hi PotatoFi, I am not experienced in using Terminal in Mac OS, but I typed in exactly what you said. I downloaded a file image from Macintosh Repository. The name of the file is "BattleChess_1_0_2.dsk"; it's located in my Downloads folder. Every time I attempt it, it says the file can't be found. I have the USB floppy plugged into my MacMini. Thanks.
  2. Greetings. I'm just starting to learn about classic macs, so bear with me. I have a Mac SE with SuperDrive, a PowerBook G3 Lombard with USB, and a modern MacMini. I'd like to download files from the internet on my MacMini (running High Sierra) to my Mac SE. I get that my Mini can't write in the HFS format. What if I use my G3 as a bridge? Could I transfer images from my Mini to my G3 (Mac OS 9.0), to my SE (System 6.08) via AppleTalk? Any advice would be appreciated.
  3. I've ordered stuff from them before. It's just a man and wife operation, as far as I know, so may take a while.
  4. traildog64

    Radius SE Accelerator Card

    Hi Crutch, I appreciate your offer. I’m going to install the card and see what happens. Perhaps I won’t need the software to make it work.
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    Radius SE Accelerator Card

    I appreciate the responses. If anyone does have an image of the 16's documentation, I'd appreciate that too. Thank you.
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    Radius SE Accelerator Card

    I don't know how to tell if the card is the 16 or 25. Can you tell from the photo? It does appear to have a co-processor.
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    Radius SE Accelerator Card

    Hello. I'm new to this site. I've had a Mac SE in storage for years. Only recently have I again started playing with it. I was happy to see that someone had previously upgraded the floppy to a SuperDrive. My SCSI hard drive was dead, but I was able to install a SCSI2SD card, which works great. I'm looking forward to playing some vintage Infocom games like Suspended. I also bought a Radius SE accelerator card years ago, but never used it. It looks pristine to me, but I'm no expert. I've been looking online for any documentation that might exist for these. I've found a few mentions of the cards on various sites, including this one, but no documentation. I've seen pictures of the cards, and some drivers. Would anyone know if these are plug 'n play, or what might be required to make them work? Thanks in advance.
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