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Will Cheyney

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  1. Hello folks. I've installed a SCSI2SD v5.1 in my Color Classic and it's working great However, I'm trying to work out how I can transfer (write) files from my modern Mac running OS Mojave to the HFS formatted SD card that holds the System 7 install for the CC. What is the best way to do this?
  2. @davidg5678 I did. To no avail!
  3. @WakelessFoil Please let us know what you did! I have never been able to get networking on my Classic Macs successfully working with Asante cards.
  4. Thank you! I have a feeling in my gut that the communication between the card and the router is the issue. I'll get myself a 10mbit hub/switch and report back when I can.
  5. @mraroid this the router I’m connecting it to. Specs state it’s Ethernet 10/100/1000 compatible https://www.netgear.co.uk/home/products/networking/wifi-routers/R8000.aspx
  6. Well I’ve tried all your advice. Even a fresh install of 7.1 using the method @erichelgeson mentioned. Nada. I think I’m going to cry
  7. @mraroid It sure did. The manual has a section on how to install the card in the Color Classic so it is 100% compatible. It's also compatible with System 6 and 7. The driver does a check when you install to ensure compatibility and that the necessary software is installed.
  8. @davidg5678 @mraroid The router IP address is 10.0.0.1 and I checked my in the control panel at the IP addresses of every other device on my network to ensure there was no clash with the .6 that I chose. The Color Classic doesn't ever show up in the connected devices list. I tried changing the DNS to 8.8.8.8 but still no luck. I used an app that came with the cards driver software which monitors network traffic. When I attempted to connect to my web host via FTP you can it's trying to transmit something but not receiving anything back.
  9. @mraroid According to the manual a green LED (link integrity) light indicates a good connection to the hub. But mine is a blinking GREEN LED, so I'm not sure.
  10. @mraroid There are two LED lights on the card, next to the Ethernet port. The top one flashes green when you plug an Ethernet cable in. My router is a Netgear with IP address 10.0.0.1. I don't know whether to use Classic networking of Open Transport. I can't get it connecting under either. Below are some screenshots of the setup and settings used for classic networking. MacTCP (version 2.1) Network Netscape error And settings when using Open Transport Networking. TCP/IP
  11. Should I be using a crossover Ethernet cable?
  12. @mraroid Still no joy. The card I have installed is an Asante MacCon LC. I've installed the appropriate drivers and software for the card (EtherTalk).
  13. @mraroid I’ve done all that now. Thank you! Not sure what to do next. How do I connect to the CC or verify its setup corrrctly?
  14. @NJRoadfan Are you able to help me get it up and running in that case? I have no experience in doing such things!
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