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  1. Hi all, I hope you all in good health, lockdown brings me in the basement often then usual My challenge is about networking my Macintosh II. I have: 1) 8mb RAM system 7.5.5 scsi2sd (irrelevant) Daynaport (st) E/II card 2) Installed Apple network software 1.5.1 Installed Daynaport driver 7.7.1 , specifically for (st) E/II 3) hardware diagnostic identifies the card correctly, no errors found software diagnostic identifies correctly the drivers 3) appletalk enabled with control panel choos
  2. Hey guys, I'm having this super annoying problem at the moment. I downloaded MacTCP, and when I try to drag it into my Control Panel, I get the message: "You cannot move MacTCP to the folder Control Panel, because an invisible item with the same name already exists in this location" Is there a way for me to unhide this invisible item? Or to delete it or something? I have tried searching for "MacTCP", but nothing is found. When I try to run MacTCP from another folder, my whole system freezes, so apparently I can't do anything until I have solved this problem. Any advice woul
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