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basilisk_ii_setup [2016/01/04 07:44]
clockwise [Setting up Basilisk II for Windows]
basilisk_ii_setup [2017/02/19 02:53] (current)
clockwise [Getting Started]
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 Download the files above. Extract Basilisk II. Remember to extract the System 7 boot disk to your Basilisk II directory. Remember also to put SDL.dll in the Basilisk directory and to install the GTK +2 Runtime. Download the files above. Extract Basilisk II. Remember to extract the System 7 boot disk to your Basilisk II directory. Remember also to put SDL.dll in the Basilisk directory and to install the GTK +2 Runtime.
  
-To access CDs within the emulated Macintosh, you need to place the file ”cdenable.sys” from the “CD-ROM Drivers” directory of Basilisk in your ”..WINDOWS\system32\drivers” directory. Note: cdenable.sys is a 32 bit driver and therefore will not work in a 64 bit Operating System. ​ You can place the driver in the /​Windows/​syswow64/​drivers folder to solve the error messege ​about the missing driver, but it will not make BasiliskII read cd-roms in 64-bit Windows.+To access CDs within the emulated Macintosh, you need to place the file ”cdenable.sys” from the “CD-ROM Drivers” directory of Basilisk in your ”..WINDOWS\system32\drivers” directory. Note: cdenable.sys is a 32 bit driver and therefore will not work in a 64 bit Operating System. ​ You can place the driver in the /​Windows/​syswow64/​drivers folder to solve the error message ​about the missing driver, but it will not make BasiliskII read cd-roms in 64-bit Windows.
  
 First we will create a blank hard disk image that we can install System 7.5.3 to. Start by running HFVExplorer. Click on "​File"​ and then "​Format New Volume."​ Give your volume a name and a size of at least 100 MB. Click the arrow beside "​Volume File Path of Floppy Selection"​ and browse to your Basilisk II directory. Give your hard disk image a name ("​install.hfv"​ is used in this tutorial) and click "​save"​ to create the image. See figure one, below, for a look at the New Volume creation options. ​ First we will create a blank hard disk image that we can install System 7.5.3 to. Start by running HFVExplorer. Click on "​File"​ and then "​Format New Volume."​ Give your volume a name and a size of at least 100 MB. Click the arrow beside "​Volume File Path of Floppy Selection"​ and browse to your Basilisk II directory. Give your hard disk image a name ("​install.hfv"​ is used in this tutorial) and click "​save"​ to create the image. See figure one, below, for a look at the New Volume creation options. ​
basilisk_ii_setup.txt · Last modified: 2017/02/19 02:53 by clockwise
 
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