Apple MAC Os 9
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Mac OS X is the world's most advanced operating system. Built on a rock-solid UNIX foundation and designed to be simple and intuitive, it's what makes the Mac innovative, highly secure, compatible, and easy to use. Quite simply there is nothing else like it. Mac OS X is both easy to use and incredibly powerful. Everything - from the desktop you see when you start up your Mac to the applications you use every day - is designed with simplicity and elegance in mind. So whether you're br... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Apple MAC Os 9 photo ]
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Installing Mac OS 9
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Step 1: Start Up From the Mac OS CD 5 Step 2: Open the Installer 6 After Installing the Mac OS 7 Learning About the Mac OS 8 Troubleshooting Information 9 Before or During Installation 9 After Installation 11 Setting Up Internet Access 13 Other Problems 14
Installing the Mac OS
Step 1: Start Up From the Mac OS CD Before you begin, turn off any security or virus-protection software you have installed on your computer. If you have a PowerBook, plug it in and use the Energy Saver control panel to set it so it doesnt go to sleep. Next, start up your computer using the Mac OS CD.
Insert the CD in your computers CD-ROM drive. Shut down your computer. Turn on your computer while holding down the C key on your keyboard. Continue holding down the C key until you see the smiling face. Youll know youve started up from the CD when your computers desktop pattern changes to a light-colored background that says CD.
Need help starting up from the CD?
If your computer wont start up from the CD, or if it doesnt have a CD-ROM drive, see Troubleshooting Information on page 9.
Step 2: Open the Installer m To begin installation, double-click the Mac OS Install icon.
Note: If you see a message that your computers rmware needs to be updated, follow the instructions for updating your rmware in the CD Extras folder on the Mac OS CD before proceeding. After a moment, a screen appears describing the installation process.
Click to get help for each step.
Click, then follow the onscreen instructions.
Need help during installation?
m Click the Help button in the upper-right corner of the Installer window. m See Troubleshooting Information on page 9.
After Installing the Mac OS After you install the Mac OS, you can easily set up your computer and prepare it to connect to the Internet by using the Mac OS Setup Assistant and the Internet Setup Assistant.
Setup and registration assistants
Mac OS Setup Assistant
The Mac OS Setup Assistant appears automatically after you install the Mac OS, making it easy to set up your computer. The assistant asks questions about you, your location, and how you want your computer congured. Then it makes all the settings for you.
Internet Setup Assistant
After the Mac OS Setup Assistant is nished, the Internet Setup Assistant will help you set up your computer for Internet access. You can use it to sign up for an Internet account, if you dont already have one. If you were already set up for Internet access before installing the Mac OS, your previous settings are retained and you dont need to use this assistant.
Register With Apple
In most countries, you can register your computer and other Apple products on the World Wide Web. Double-click the Register With Apple icon on your computers desktop.
Learning About the Mac OS
Read Whats new to find out about the changes and features in Mac OS.
Get the latest news about compatibility and other important information.
Use Search to quickly get answers to your questions.
Before or During Installation
Your computer doesnt have a CD-ROM drive.
You can install the Mac OS using a CD-ROM drive attached to another Macintosh. Connect both computers to a network, then use le sharing to access the CD from across the network. See the onscreen Help for information about using le sharing with your computer. To ensure a smooth installation, turn off any disk security or virus-protection software you have installed. Then use the Extensions Manager control panel to turn off non-Apple extensions and control panels. Make sure you have AppleShare extension 3.6.4 or later. (A copy is available on the Mac OS CD; install it if necessary.) See the onscreen Help for information about using the Extensions Manager control panel. After youve turned off the extensions, restart your computer, then open the Installer and install the Mac OS. Following this process will help ensure that incompatible extensions dont interfere with the installation process. After the installation is nished, you can turn on your extensions and virus-protection software. If you encounter problems after doing so, see Resolving Software Conicts on page 11.
You cant start up the computer using the Mac OS CD.
With the CD inserted, open the Startup Disk control panel and click the CD icon in the Startup Disk window. Then restart the computer and install the Mac OS. After installation, use the Startup Disk control panel to reselect your hard disk, then restart your computer.
The Installer cannot repair your hard disk.
m If you see a message that the disk cant be xed because a le is open, quit all programs. If le sharing is on, turn it off. Then try installing again. m If you still get the message, use Disk First Aid, provided on the Mac OS CD, to see if it can repair the disk. m If Disk First Aid is unable to repair the disk, try a third-party disk repair utility, if you have one. Make sure youre using the latest version of the utility. m If you dont have a third-party utility, or if that utility cant repair the disk either, you may need to reinitialize the hard disk. First, back up your hard disk because reintializing erases all the les on the disk. Then use the Drive Setup utility program, provided on the Mac OS CD, to reinitialize the disk. For help with Drive Setup, open the program, then look in the Help menu. After youve reinitialized the disk, use the Mac OS Installer to reinstall system software, then reinstall your application programs and your documents from the backup copies you made before you reinitialized the disk.
You see a message about updating the firmware.
Some computers require a rmware update before installing the Mac OS. Firmware is control software thats built into your computer. Follow the instructions for updating rmware in the CD Extras folder on the Mac OS CD before proceeding with the installation.
The Installer cannot update the hard disk driver.
The Installer cannot update non-Apple hard disks. Use the disk utility recommended by the manufacturer of your hard disk to update your drivers before installing the Mac OS. Make sure to get a version of the utility that is compatible with the software you are installing. An old utility will not be able to update your disk with the most current driver.
You see a message that theres not enough memory to use the Installer.
Make sure youve started up your computer from the Mac OS CD. If you cant start up from the CD, quit all open applications and make sure youve followed the steps described in You cant start up the computer using the Mac OS CD. on page 9.
You see a message that theres not enough disk space.
Make more space available on your hard disk by removing some les from the disk. Copy the les you want to keep to another disk, then drag them to the Trash and choose Empty Trash from the Special menu to delete the les. You dont need to quit the Installer before you remove les from the disk.
You see a message that the System file cannot be modified.
Make sure that youve started up your computer using the Mac OS CD. If you cant start up from the CD, make sure any security and virus-protection software is turned off. See page 9 for other steps to follow when you cant start up from the CD.
You see a message that an item cannot be replaced.
The Installer is attempting to replace a le, but there is a folder on the disk that has the same name as the le being replaced. (Files cannot replace folders.) Find the folder on your disk and rename it, then try the installation again.
You see a message that the installation was not successful.
You cant start up or restart the computer, or when you do you see a bomb message.
You probably have an incompatible item in the System Folder. Follow the instructions in Resolving Software Conicts, next. If you still cant resolve the problem, you may need to reinstall the system software by following the instructions in Performing a Clean Installation on page 12.
Application programs freeze, or require you to restart the computer.
You may have an incompatible item in the System Folder. Follow the instructions in Resolving Software Conicts, next. You may also need to contact the programs manufacturer to determine if it is compatible with this version of the Mac OS.
Resolving Software Conflicts
If your computer does not start up properly or behaves erratically, you probably have an incompatible extension, control panel, or application.
Step 1: Verify the Problem
To verify that you have a compatibility problem, follow these steps:
Start up your computer while holding down the Space bar. When the Extensions Manager control panel appears, release the Space bar. Open the Selected Set menu and choose the item with the words Mac OS Base. This turns off all extensions and control panels except those installed with the Mac OS. Close the Extensions Manager to continue startup. When the computer is nished starting up, try the same actions that caused the problem. If the problem no longer occurs, you probably have an extension or control panel that doesnt work with this version of the Mac OS. Continue with the steps in Test Individual Extensions and Control Panels, next, to identify the item that is causing the problem. If the problem still occurs, try checking your hard disk for problems using the Disk First Aid utility, provided on the Mac OS CD. If the problem occurs only when using a certain program, that program is probably not compatible or may need to be reinstalled. Check with the programs manufacturer for information.
Step 2: Test Individual Extensions and Control Panels
To test an individual extension or control panel for compatibility, follow these steps:
Restart your computer while holding down the Space bar. The Extensions Manager appears again.
Turn on the item you want to test by clicking its checkbox. Close the Extensions Manager to continue startup. Try the same actions that caused the problem. If the problem does not occur again, then the item you turned on is probably compatible with this version of the Mac OS. If the problem occurs again, the item you turned on is probably incompatible. Open the Extensions Manager control panel and click the items checkbox to deselect it.
Repeat steps 1 through 4 for each item you want to test. If you nd that a piece of software is incompatible, turn it off or remove it from your computer, then contact the manufacturer of the software to see if an updated version is available.
Performing a Clean Installation
This section provides instructions for what is commonly called a clean installation of system software. A normal system software installation replaces changed system les and adds new ones, but leaves other les alone. A clean installation creates a completely new System Folder on your hard disk. Performing a clean installation can be a lengthy procedure, but if you have tried other troubleshooting methods and are still experiencing problems, it may help. A clean installation creates a completely new System Folder. This means you must reinstall any non-Apple extensions, fonts, and control panels after you do the installation. Before you begin, write down your Internet settings (from the Modem, TCP/IP, and Remote Access control panels). Some of your application programs might also need to be reinstalled after you perform a clean installation, particularly if they rely on les that used to be in the System Folder.
Start up your computer from the Mac OS CD. Open the Mac OS Installer application. In the Select Destination window of the Installer, click the Options button. Click the Perform Clean Installation checkbox to select it, then click OK. Follow the onscreen instructions to begin the installation. When the installation is nished, you can reinstall extensions, fonts, control panels, applications, and other items not installed with the Mac OS from their original disks. If you dont have the original disks, you can drag the items one at a time from the Previous System Folder to the new System Folder. To make sure the software is compatible with this version of the Mac OS, you should restart your computer after you reinstall each item.
After youre sure youve copied all the items you want to save into your new System Folder, delete the Previous System Folder from your hard disk.
Setting Up Internet Access
Your modem doesnt appear in the list of modem types in the Modem Settings window of the Internet Setup Assistant.
Copy the modem script le (CCL) supplied with your modem into the Modem Scripts folder in the Extensions folder. Additional modem scripts are available in the CD Extras folder on the Mac OS CD. If you cant nd a script for your modem, contact the manufacturer of the modem to get this le. Once the le is copied into the Modem Scripts folder, your modem will appear as a choice the next time you open the Internet Setup Assistant.
You have an internal modem, but the Port menu in the Modem Settings window of the Internet Setup Assistant does not include Internal Modem as a choice.
m On computers with an internal comm slot, the internal modem shows in the software as if it were attached to the modem port. If your computer has an internal modem, but it does not appear as a choice, then Modem Port is the correct selection. m Some modems require special extensions to allow the computer to recognize them. Use the Extensions Manager control panel to turn on any modem extensions. You may need to reinstall the software that came with your modem if you cannot identify the required extension.
Your modem appears in the list of modem types in the Modem Settings window, but your modem does not seem to be working.
m Check to see that your modem is turned on and connected to your computer and to your phone line correctly. m You may need to contact the modem vendor to get an updated modem script. Once you get this script, copy it into the Modem Scripts folder in the Extensions folder (inside the System Folder).
While you are attempting to create a new account, the line seems to have dropped or you get no response.
When you create an account, the Setup Assistant places a call to an Internet registration server. Sometimes the server is busy temporarily and you can try to create the account again almost immediately.
You used the Internet Setup Assistant to select your previous configuration, but now you cant connect to the Internet.
Make sure the settings in the TCP/IP control panel are correct. Or, use the Internet Setup Assistant to create a new conguration with the correct settings. Contact your Internet service provider or network administrator to nd out what your settings should be.
The onscreen Mac Help has answers to thousands of questions. Open the Help menu, then choose Mac Help. Type some words that relate to your question, then click Search.
Upgrading to Mac OS 9.2.2 or Mac OS X v10.1.1
Final Cut Pro 3 requires either Mac OS 9.2.2 or Mac OS X v10.1.1 or later to run. The following explains how to upgrade to the appropriate version of the Mac OS used on your computer.
To upgrade to Mac OS 9.2.2:
Before using either of the updaters supplied on the Final Cut Pro 3 CD, you must have Mac OS 9.1 or later installed on your computer. If Mac OS 9.2.1 has already been installed on your computer, skip ahead to step 2.
If youre upgrading from Mac OS 9.1, you must rst upgrade to Mac OS 9.2.1 using the Mac OS 9.2.1 updater. The Mac OS 9.2.1 updater is located in the Mac OS Updates folder in the Final Cut Pro for Mac OS 9 folder on the Final Cut Pro 3 CD. After updating to Mac OS 9.2.1, restart your computer. Once Mac OS 9.2.1 has been installed, upgrade to Mac OS 9.2.2 using the Mac OS 9.2.2 updater. The Mac OS 9.2.2 updater is located in the Mac OS Updates folder in the Final Cut Pro for Mac OS 9 folder.
To upgrade to Mac OS X v10.1.1 or later:
You must have Mac OS X v10.1 or later installed on your computer before you can upgrade to Mac OS X v10.1.1. You must be connected to the Internet to perform the upgrades described in steps 1 through 3. All three upgrades must be performed in order, one after the other.
If youre upgrading from Mac OS X v10.1, open System Preferences, click the Software Update icon, then install the Security Update 10-19-01. Restart your computer. Once the Security Update 10-19-01 has been installed, open System Preferences, click the Software Update icon, then install the Installer Update 1.0. Once the Installer Update 1.0 has been installed, open System Preferences, click the Software Update icon, then install the Mac OS X Update 10.1.1. Restart your computer. Note: If an update newer than Mac OS X v10.1 appears in step 3, install it instead.
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Mac OS X is the world's most advanced operating system. Built on a rock-solid UNIX foundation and designed to be simple and intuitive, it's what makes the Mac innovative, highly secure, compatible, and easy to use. Quite simply there is nothing else like it. Mac OS X is both easy to use and incredibly powerful. Everything - from the desktop you see when you start up your Mac to the applications you use every day - is designed with simplicity and elegance in mind. So whether you're browsing the web, checking your email, or video chatting with a friend on another continent, getting things done is at once easy to learn, simple to perform, and fun to do. Of course, making amazing things simple takes seriously advanced technology. Which is why Mac OS X is built on a rock-solid, time-tested UNIX foundation that provides unparalleled stability as well as industry-leading support for Internet standards. The most striking feature of a Mac is its elegant user interface, made possible by a graphics engine that's built to leverage the advanced graphics processor in every Mac. This engine provides the power for things like high-definition video, stunning graphic effects, and high-quality animations. Fonts on the screen look beautiful and extremely readable. A soft drop shadow makes it clear at a glance which window is active and which ones are in the background. Document previews using Quick Look are high resolution so you can actually read the text. And built-in support for the PDF format means you can view and create PDFs from almost any application in the system. Since the software on every Mac is created by the same company that makes the Mac itself, you get a completely integrated system. When you have a Mac notebook, for example, it automatically detects and connects to available Wi-Fi networks. It wakes from sleep as soon as you open the display and automatically reconnects to networks so you can get back to work fast. And it gets the most out of your battery by spinning down the hard drive when it's inactive, by intelligently deciding whether the CPU or GPU is best suited to perform a task, and by dimming the screen in low-light conditions. With virtually no effort on your part, Mac OS X protects itself - and you - from viruses, malicious applications, and other threats. It was built for the Internet in the Internet age, offering a variety of defenses from online threats. Because every Mac ships with a secure configuration, you don't have to worry about understanding complex settings. Even better, it won't slow you down with constant security alerts and sweeps. And Apple responds quickly to online threats and automatically delivers security updates directly to your Mac. The versatility and power of Mac OS X make it compatible in almost any environment, including Windows networks. It works with virtually all of today's digital cameras, printers, and other peripherals without the need to download separate drivers. It opens popular file types such as JPG, MP3, and Microsoft Office documents. In addition, Mac OS X includes built-in support for the industry-standard PDF format, so you can read and create PDFs from almost any application in the system - perfect for sharing work with colleagues whether they use a Mac or a PC. And if you want to run Windows on your Mac, you can do that, too. The industrial-strength foundation of Mac OS X ensures that your computing experience remains free from system crashes and compromised performance. Occasionally an application might quit, but it won't affect the rest of your system. And Apple keeps everything running smoothly by releasing software updates that download automatically to your Mac. Many of these updates provide important security enhancements for the operating system. But they also update other Apple software installed on your Mac, including iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand. So with just a click, you can make sure that all your applications continue to run smoothly and safely.
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|Min Hard Drive Space||5 GB|
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