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 ====== Setting up SheepShaver for Windows ====== ====== Setting up SheepShaver for Windows ======
-(Last updated March 72015)+(Last updated September 292020) 
 + 
 +SheepShaver emulates a PPC Macintosh computer capable of running Mac OS 7.5.3 up to Mac OS 9.0.4.\\
  
 (you can also [[sheepshaver_mac_os_x_setup|set up SheepShaver for OS X]] and [[ubuntu|SheepShaver for Linux]]) (you can also [[sheepshaver_mac_os_x_setup|set up SheepShaver for OS X]] and [[ubuntu|SheepShaver for Linux]])
  
-===== Introduction ===== +==== Upgrading from a SheepShaver build from before 22-09-2020 ====
-SheepShaver emulates a PPC Macintosh computer capable of running up to Mac OS 9.0.4.+
  
-Setting up the emulator is fun and easy! But before getting started, there are a few things that you will need to assemble:  +If you are upgrading from an old version of SheepShaverthe best thing to do is to download all files into new folder and make fresh start (but you can still use your old disk image and ROM). Most dll (application extensionsfiles included are needed to run the GUIThe number of dll files may be bit overwhelmingbut the up-side is that it is no longer necessary to install the GTK development kit to run the GUI.\\
-  * [[http://www.emaculation.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5325|SheepShaver]] itself. You should probably use the release from May 6, 2013.  Make sure to first download the archive listed under "**To get started, always download this**" so that you have complete package. +
-  * SheepShaver requires [[http://www.emaculation.com/sheepshaver/SDL-1.2.13-win32.zip|SDL 1.2 Libraries]] (just extract and put the file SDL.dll in the directory containing SheepShaver) and a [[http://www.emaculation.com/sheepshaver/gtk+-2.10.13-setup.exe|GTK +2 Runtime]]  (install before you begin).  **Note**: The GTK version supplied here is recommended.  Newer versions (available on the official sitemay not work. +
-  * You will need a valid ROM file. You can get one from an actual Macintosh computer or you can skulk around the Internet and download one illegallyIf you own physical Macintoshyou can legally acquire a ROM image following the directions in [[sheepshaver roms|this guide]].  Note that a ROM obtained using that method is a **New World ROM**.  An **Old World ROM** is extracted from an actual hardware Power Macintosh.  With the old world rom file SheepShaver can run System 7.5.3 through Mac OS 9.0.4, with the new world rom file SheepShaver can run Mac OS 8.5 through 9.0.4. If you want to install 9.0.4, best use the new world ROM.+
  
-**Tip**: Emaculation.com site policy is to not offer or link to ROM files, although Apple seems to have stopped taking action against distribution of ROM files. You can find compatible files when you search the web for “redundant robot sheepshaver” (without the quotes).+If you kept your Rom file and hard disk image(sin the old SheepShaver folder, copy them into the new folder. If they are outside your old SheepShaver folder, leave them where they are now.\\
  
-  * You need a Mac OS install disk. A retail Mac OS CD works bestalthough you can easily find Mac OS (illegallyon several Bit Torrent sites. SheepShaver for Windows is best used with Mac OS 8.to 9.0.4but check below for notes about running System 7.+Nextrun the GUI, point to the required ROM and disks in the new folder (or where you kept them outside of the old folderand adjust the other GUI settings to match what you had before. 
 +You can then run SheepShaver.\\ 
 + 
 +If everything is OK, you can remove the old folder and its contentIf you had the GTK development kit installed to run the old GUIand it is not used for any other program you have installed, you can remove it too.\\
  
-   
  
 ===== Getting Started ===== ===== Getting Started =====
-Download the files listed above. There is no installer to run - just extract the SheepShaver archive. Remember to put SDL.dll in the SheepShaver directory and to install the GTK +2 Runtime. 
  
-First you need to deal with your Mac OS install media As noted above, SheepShaver is best used with Mac OS 8.6 - 9.0.4.+You need:  
 +  * [[https://www.emaculation.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5325|SheepShaver]] itself.  
 +  * A valid ROM file. Rom files come in two flavours: the old world rom and the new world rom. Using an **old world rom**, you can run Mac OS 7.5.3 up to Mac OS 9.0.4. With the **new world rom** you can run Mac OS 8.5 up to Mac OS 9.0.4  
 +  * A installation CD or a disk image of an installation CD. Universal installation CDs work best, installation CDs for specific Mac models do often not work. 
 +  * **Note**: if you are using a CD image, you may need to right-click the image (in Windows), and set it to "read only" in the "properties" menu.  This will solve the "The system software on the startup disk only functions if on the original media, not if copied to another drive" error message when attempting to boot from the image.
  
-==== For those with physical Mac OS installation CD ====+**Tip**: We do not offer or link to ROM files. However, you can find compatible files when you search the web for “redundant robot sheepshaver” (without the quotes).  You can likely find collection on the Internet Archive as well.
  
-The easiest way to get started is to use an actual Mac OS install CD.  To boot from a CD, you must first install SheepShaver's CD-ROM driver by copying the file "cdenable.sys" from SheepShaver's "CD-ROM drivers" directory to your "Windows\System32\drivers" directory. If that doesn't work, you can also make an .ISO image of your CD (in Windows) and follow the directions for users without a physical CD. \\ 
-**Note**:  This is a 32 bit driver.  If you are using a 64 bit version of Windows you will have no access to real cds. To get rid of the error stating the driver is not found, place the driver in the "Windows\SysWOW64\drivers" folder.\\ 
  
-Run "SheepShaverGUI.exe."  On the "volumes" tab, make sure that the path to the CD-ROM drive is correct and check "Boot from CD-ROM."  Don't start the emulator yet. 
  
-==== For those without a physical Mac OS installation CD ====+===== Configuration ===== 
 +=== Using a physical Mac OS installation CD === 
 +Insert your CD rom. Run "SheepShaverGUI.exe." On the "volumes" tab, check "Boot from CD-ROM and make sure that the driver letter for the CD-ROM is correct. Next step: see Volumes below.
  
-You can easily mount either a .TOAST or a .ISO image of Mac OS installation disk, sparing you the need of burning a copy.  First, however, you **must** right click on the file in Windows, select the "Properties" tab and mark it as "read only."  Next, run "SheepShaverGUI.exe" and in the "Volumes" tab click "Add..." and then browse to and select your disk image.  The ISO image should be at the top of the list of volumes In this instance, you should select "boot from any."  Don't start the emulation yet.+=== Using an image of Mac OS installation CD === 
 +Run "SheepShaverGUI.exe. On the "Volumes" tab click add and navigate to your cd image. Select it and click OKNext step: see Volumes below.
  
-==== For those who don't have a CD or an image of a CD ====+=== For those who don't have a CD or a CD image === 
 +If you don't have a Mac OS CD or an image of a CD, you can only install Mac OS 7.5.3. Follow the [[Basilisk ii setup|Basilisk II]] instructions to install System 7.5.3 in Sheepshaver.  You **must**, however, use [[https://www.emaculation.com/sheepshaver/DiskTools85_PPC.img|Disk Tools 8.5]] as your boot disk.  You must also use an **Old World** ROM image (which can be found following the search suggestion above).
  
-If you don't have a Mac OS CD or an image of a CD, you can follow the [[Basilisk ii setup|Basilisk II]] instructions to install System 7 in Sheepshaver.  You **must**, however, use [[http://www.emaculation.com/sheepshaver/DiskTools85_PPC.img|Disk Tools 8.5]] as your boot disk.  You must also use an **Old World** ROM image (which is NOT provided following the guide linked above).+==== Volumes ===
  
 +{{https://www.emaculation.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/sheep-gui1-boot-fromcd.png}}\\
 +**Figure 1: the Volumes tab, set to boot from a real CD**
  
-===== Configuration =====+{{https://www.emaculation.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/sheep-gui2-boot-fromcd-image.png}}\\ 
 +**Figure 2: the Volumes tab, set to boot from CD image**
  
-In the "Volumes" tab of the GUI click "Create..." to create a hard disk image file to which you will install Mac OS. Decide how big the hard file image should be (Mac OS requires at least 220 MB for a typical install) and give it a name. Click "OK" to create the file (see figure two). Be patient... it can take a few minutes to create the file.  **Note**:  You can only create a hard disk image of a maximum size of 2 GB.+On the "Volumes" tab click "Create..." to create a hard disk image file onto which you will install Mac OS. \\
  
-{{http://emaculation.com/sheepshaver/sheep2.jpg}}\\  +{{https://www.emaculation.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/sheep-gui3-create-hard-file.png}}\\  
-**Figure one: Creating a blank hard file for SheepShaver**+**Figure 3: Creating a blank hard file**
  
-When the hard file is created, the GUI will return to the "Volumes" tab, and the hard file should be listed as added to your emulated Mac.  While it is not necessary for the purposes of this guide, you can check the "Enable 'My Computer'...box to gain access to files on your PC from within the emulatorThis is an easy way to copy downloaded programs to the emulated systemSee figure two+Set a size for the hard file image should be (Mac OS requires at least 220 MB for a typical install) and give it a nameClick "OK" to create the file (see figure two). Be patient..it can take a few minutes to create the file \\ 
 +**Note**:  You can only create a hard disk image of a maximum size of 2 GB.\\
  
-{{http://emaculation.com/sheepshaver/sheep3.jpg}}\\  +After the hard file has been created, the GUI returns to the "Volumes" tab, and the hard file will be listed as added to your emulated Mac. \\
-**Figure two: The "Volumes" tab of the SheepShaver GUI. Almost ready to boot!**+
  
-Switch over to the "Graphics/Sound" tabYou should probably make the resolution a bit bigger than the default settingAny size is okayThe "Maximum" setting fixes the screen to your current resolution. The other settings here are best left to default for now. See figure three. +{{https://www.emaculation.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/sheep-gui3a-cd-image-hardfile-added.png}}\\  
 +**Figure 4: The Volumes tab with hard disk file created** \\
  
-{{http://emaculation.com/sheepshaver/sheep4.jpg}}\\ +**Note:** When you have your installation CD image listed here too, it has to be the first entry for SheepShaver to boot from itYou can drag the entries to a different position, if needed.\\
-**Figure three: The "Graphics/Sound" tab of the SheepShaver GUI.**+
  
-Switch to the "Memory/Misc" tab. Give your emulator some RAM... the more the better. Here you must also select your ROM file. Click "browse" to locate the file. See figure four.  **Note 1**:  It has been reported that sometimes SheepShaver crashes when loading MacOS if the emulator's RAM is set to less than 512 MB Try to set memory to 512 Mb (or use an old world romif you experience such crash. **Note 2 **: Although not shown in the figure belowit is best to also tick "Ignore Illegal Memory Accesses".+Other settings on the volumes tab: \\ 
 +**Disable CD-ROM Driver**: disables CD access.\\ 
 +**Try to automatically detect new removable media (enable polling)**: when checked, SheepShaver periodically checks for newly inserted CD.\\ 
 +**Enable "My Computer" icon on your Mac desktop (external file system)**: when checkedSheepShaver gives access to host drives. The drives can be listed blow at\\ 
 +**Mount drives**: shows the host drives that will be available through the My Computer icon on the desktop.\\ 
  
-{{http://emaculation.com/sheepshaver/sheep5.jpg}}\\ +Switch to the "Graphics/Sound" tab. \\ 
-**Figure four: The Memory/Misc tab of the SheepShaver GUI**+==== Graphics/Sound ====
  
 +{{https://www.emaculation.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/sheep-gui4-graphics-sound.png}}\\
 +**Figure 5: The "Graphics/Sound" tab.**
 +
 +Set your video type: windowed of full screen. For best performance, set the refresh rate to Dynamic. Select the desired screen resolution. Note that you can set other sizes by editing the preset values. The "Maximum" setting fixes the screen to your current resolution. Quickdraw acceleration does exactly what it says, but you can disable it. If you do not want sound support, you can select that option.\\
 +
 +Switch to the Keyboard/Mouse tab.
 +==== Keyboard/Mouse ====
 +{{https://www.emaculation.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/sheep-gui5-keyboard-mouse.png}}
 +
 +**Figure 6: Keyboard/Mouse tab.**\\
 +
 +The keyboard/mouse tab allows you to select a keycodes file. You **must** use a keycodes file (included in our download) for SheepShaver to support other keyboard layouts and languages besides English. \\
 +You can also control the mouse wheel behaviour: set it to either move cursor up/down or pages up/down. The Lines to scroll option control how many lines the cursor moves up/down with one mouse wheel roll.\\
 +
 +Move to the Serial tab.
 +==== Serial ====
 +{{https://www.emaculation.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/sheep-gui6-serial.png}}
 +
 +**Figure 7: The Serial tab.**\\
 +
 +SheepShaver can direct the Mac OS Modem or Printer port output to various Windows ports or a file: Select the desired port, or write the output to a file.\\
 +
 +Switch to the Network tab.
 +==== Network ====
 +{{https://www.emaculation.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/sheep-gui7-network.png}} \\
 +
 +**Figure 8: The Network tab.**
 +
 +Select which Ethernet interface to use. When you select "Basilisk II Slirp" you gain default internet access.\\
 +For more advanced networking support (including running Appletalk) see below at Internet access/Networking.\\
 +
 +Switch to the "Memory/Misc" tab.
 +
 +==== Memory/Misc ====
 +
 +{{https://www.emaculation.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/sheep-gui8-mem-misc.png}} \\
 +**Figure 9: The Memory/Misc tab**
 +
 +Set the ram size available for Mac OS and select the rom file to use. Click "Browse" to locate the file. \\
 +Select "Don't Use CPU When Idle" to allow SheepShaver to "sleep" when not active.\\
 +
 +**Note**: Always select "Ignore Illegal Memory Accesses" to prevent some programs to crash SheepShaver.\\
 +
 +Switch to the JIT Compiler tab.
 +
 +==== Jit Compiler ====
 +{{https://www.emaculation.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/sheep-gui9-jit-compiler.png}} \\
 +**Figure 10: The JIT Compiler tab**
 +
 +Enabling the JIT Compiler greatly improves performance. It might, however, cause some sporadic crashes, so you can disable it. As PPC Macs contained a 68k Mac emulator, the experimental option is provided to enable it. If you enable it, your mileage may vary...
 +
 +**You are now ready to run SheepShaver. Click Start.**\\
 +**Note**: SheepShaver will only start directly from the SheepShaverGUI when it finds the SheepShaver program itself to be named "SheepShaver.exe". If you renamed the program, this connection will be lost.
 ===== Booting ===== ===== Booting =====
-Click "Start" to boot up your emulated Macintosh. When the Mac boots, you will be asked to initialize the hard file you created. Give the file a name and click "Initialize" (see figure five)+When the Mac boots, it will ask you to initialize the hard disk file you created. Give the disk a name and click "Initialize", then click "Continue"
 +  
 +{{https://www.emaculation.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/Sheep-11-boot-initialize.png}}\\  
 +**Figure 11: Give your hard disk a name and initialize it.**
  
-{{http://emaculation.com/sheepshaver/sheep6.jpg}}\\  +Now you can install Mac OS. Figure 12 shows the desktop of an emulated Macintosh that has booted from Mac OS 9 CD (or CD image). 
-**Figure five: Give your hard disk name and initialize it**+
  
-Now you can install Mac OS. Figure six shows the desktop of an emulated Macintosh that has booted from a Mac OS 9 CD (or CD image)+{{https://www.emaculation.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/Sheep-12-open-upper-disk-installer.png}}\\  
 +**Figure 12: The Mac desktop before installation of Mac OS 9.**
  
-{{http://emaculation.com/sheepshaver/sheep7.jpg}}\\  +The actual installation of Mac OS is fairly straightforward, though the specifics differ based on which version you are installing. Just follow the directions on the screen, and make sure to install to the hard disk you initialized and named earlier. You can pick and choose which components to install, but the default selection should be okay. You can add and remove stuff later on, if need be. Installation should just take a few minutes. 
-**Figure six: A look at the Mac desktop before installation of Mac OS 9**+
  
-The actual installation of Mac OS is fairly straightforward, though the specifics differ based on which version you are installingJust follow the directions on the screen, and make sure to install to the hard disk you initialized and named earlier (see figure five)You can pick and choose which components to install, but the default selection should be okayYou can add and remove stuff later on, if need beInstallation should just take a few minutes. See figure seven for a look at the Mac OS 9 installation screen+{{https://www.emaculation.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/Sheep-12a-installing.png}}\\  
 +**Figure 13: Mac OS 9 installing.**
  
-{{http://emaculation.com/sheepshaver/sheep8.jpg}}\\  +{{https://www.emaculation.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/sheep-13-install-finished-quit.png}}\\ 
-**Figure sevenInstalling Mac OS 9 in SheepShaver**+**Figure 14Installation has finished.**
  
-When Mac OS finishes installing, select "Shut Down" from the "Special" menu. Open up the SheepShaver GUI.  Eject your CD-ROM or remove the CD image from the list of mounted volumes.  Click "start" to boot your emulated Macintosh from the disk you install Mac OS to.+When Mac OS has finished installing, select "Shut Down" from the "Special" menu. \\ 
  
-{{http://emaculation.com/sheepshaver/sheep9.jpg}}\\ +If you installed from a real CD, eject it.\\  
-**Figure eight: A fresh install of Mac OS 9Exciting!**+Start the SheepShaverGUI (if you started from a CD image, remove the CD image from the list of mounted volumes). If need be, at "Boot From" select "any".\\  
 +Click "Start" to boot Mac OS from the hard disk.
  
-Congratulations, you have just set up SheepShaver for Windows, and installed Mac OS! Now please read the paragraph below!+{{https://www.emaculation.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/Sheep-14-clean-boot.png}}\\ 
 +**Figure 15: A fresh installation of Mac OS 9.**
  
-===== NotesFirst Run and Possible Issues =====+**This concludes the initial setup.** 
 +===== Additional configurationknown issues =====
  
  
 ==== The Configuration Assistant ==== ==== The Configuration Assistant ====
 +At first run, Mac OS starts the Configuration Assistant. This Assistant will lock-up while configuring network settings. Quit the Assistant when it arrives at the network settings and do the remaining configuration manually in the various control panels. 
  
-When you launch SheepShaver, the emulated machine will boot from the installed system. The Configuration Assistant will guide you through the configuration of the new systemHoweverin SheepShaver the Configuration Assistant will lock-up while configuring network settings (If you haven't configured SheepShaver to run with Appletalk). Better quit the Assistant when it arrives at the network settings and do the remaining configuration manually in the various control panels+==== Internet access / Networking ==== 
 +After following the guide above, SheepShaver will have internet access through the "Basilisk II Slirp" connection. While working well for e.g., simple internet access, it limits networking capacities\\
  
-==== 64-bit Windows compatibility ====+=== Slirp ===
  
-Both the cdenable.sys driver and the basilisk ethernet driver will not work in 64-bit Windows versionsTherefore you can't access real cd-roms and can't make appletalk work on these windows versions. Some workaraounds:\\+Slirp provides network address translation (NAT), name resolution (DNS) and a small DHCP server to Mac OSThe TCP/IP settings you get are:\\ 
 +  * IP address: 10.0.2.15 
 +  * Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 
 +  * Router address: 10.0.2.2 
 +  * Name server address: 10.0.2.3
  
-**Cd ROM access:** You can make .iso images of your cd roms and add them to the volumes list in the SheepShaver GUI. You can place the cdenable.sys driver in the \Windows\SysWOW64\drivers folder to get rid of the (faulty) error reported about not being able to find the driver in the \windows\system32\drivers folder.\\+=== Tap ===
  
-**Update** A [[http://emaculation.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=5325|test build]] from March 1, 2015 seems to have solved the CD-ROM issue.+Fuller networking capacities can be had when connecting through a tap device. This requires installation of the openvpn tap device. You can then either:\\ 
 +  * **Share** your default network connection with the tap device, or\\ 
 +  * **Bridge** the tap device with your default network connection**This also allows Appletalk to work.**\\
  
-**Internet access:** In order to use internet access you can use the "slirp" option. \\+When set up with **sharing**you can select the **tap device** in the Network tab of the SheepShaverGUI and start SheepShaver. SheepShaver then gets its network settings from the sharing functionality in Windows.\\
  
-**Preferences GUI:** The currently available experimental 64-bit GTK package has not been tested with SheepShaver.\\ +When set up with **bridging**, you can select the **tap device ** in the Network tab of the SheepShaverGUI and start SheepShaver. SheepShaver then gets its network settings from the DHCP server in your network. In this case, however, you can also set the network settings yourself in the TCP/IP control panel.\\
-==== Early Crash ====+
  
-If SheepShaver crashes when the Mac OS desktop is about to appear, set the emulator's memory to 512 MB in the SheepShaver GUI or use an old world rom file.+You can network two instances of SheepShaver and Basilisk by installing a second tap device and adding it to the bridge you created before. That way you can use **Appletalk** to communicate between both. Make sure to select a different tap device in the SheepShaver GUI from the device selected in the BasiliskII GUI
  
 +**Note**: Use [[http://www.floodgap.com/software/classilla/|Classilla]] or Netscape 7 in Mac OS 8.5 and above. The versions of IE and Netscape that ship with MacOS can crash the emulator.\\
  
-==== Sound ====+=== Router ===
  
-In “Sound” control panel, select “built-in” for the output deviceIn Mac OS 9 the Sound control panel is installed with the other control panels and can be accessed in the Apple menu. In Mac OS 8.5/8.6 the Sound control panel is installed in the “Apple Extras” folderYou can use it there to select the built-in output device. If the “Apple Audio Extension” happens to be installed in the Extensions folder, remove it.+The BasiliskII-router option lets SheepShaver piggyback on your default ethernet connectionYou should configure the tcp/ip settings in Mac OS as follows: 
 + 
 +  * Connect via: Ethernet 
 +  * Configure: Manually 
 +  * IP address: a free IP-address in your network range 
 +  * Subnet mask: 255.255.255.
 +  * Router address: the IP-address of your host 
 +  * Name server address: the IP-address of the dns server used by your host. 
 + 
 +==== Sound ====
  
 +If sound output doesn't work out of the box:\\
 +  * With Mac OS 9: Select “built-in” for the output device in the “Sound” control panel.\\
 +  * With Mac OS 8.5/6: The Sound control panel is installed in the “Apple Extras” folder. Use it to select the built-in output device.
 ==== QuickTime ==== ==== QuickTime ====
  
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-==== Internet ==== 
-To access the internet in the emulated system, check out the [[sheepshaver online guide|online guide]].  Please note that we (strongly) recommend the use of [[http://www.floodgap.com/software/classilla/|Classilla]] or Netscape 7 in Mac OS 8.5 and above. Upon launch the versions of IE and Netscape that ship with MacOS can crash the emulator. 
  
 ==== Printing ==== ==== Printing ====
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 Consult the [[sheepshaver_basilisk_printing|Printing guide]] Consult the [[sheepshaver_basilisk_printing|Printing guide]]
  
-==== Appletalk ==== 
  
-Consult the [[appletalk for sheepshaver windows|Appletalk guide]].+==== Getting a rom file from a real machine or an installation disk ==== 
 +You can get one from an actual Macintosh computer or you can skulk around the Internet and download one. If you own a physical Macintosh, you can legally acquire a ROM image following the directions in [[sheepshaver roms|this guide]].  Note that a ROM obtained using that method is a **New World ROM**.  An **Old World ROM** is extracted from an actual hardware Power Macintosh.  With the old world rom file SheepShaver can run System 7.5.3 through Mac OS 9.0.4, with the new world rom file SheepShaver can run Mac OS 8.5 through 9.0.4. If you want to install 9.0.4, best use the new world ROM.
  
-===== Conclusion ===== +==== Conclusion ==== 
-We're all done! For more assistance, you should check out our [[http://www.emaculation.com/forum/|SheepShaver Forum]]. Big thanks go to Gwenole Beauchesne for developing SheepShaver. Thanks also to Cat_7 and Ronald P Regensburg for their help with this guide and their invaluable assistance to the forum community.+For more community-driven assistance, check out our [[https://www.emaculation.com/forum/|SheepShaver Forum]].
  
  
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