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how to make a bootable cd for os 9.2
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May 9, 2002, 12:52 PM
I need to maker a os 9.2 boot disk. And Iím looking for some ez instructions on how to do this.
I have a g4 733 ,toast 5,os9.2 install cd and some blank cdís

The reason I need this is because I have techtool pro 3.1 and it wont boot from the cd drive to let me optimize my hard drive. I did go to the tt pro web site but im unable to make a cd with instruction they provided.

Thanks Fred

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May 11, 2002, 06:23 PM
You should just be able to make a Mac standard disk, put on Tech Tool, put it's extension (if it has one) into the extensions folder, then boot from the CD. The Toast readme says that you should make bootable OS 9 CDs from OS 9 instead of X.

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