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Hey guys, I'm having a problem. I am trying to install photoshop 5.5 so that i can update it to the newest version. But than i realized that i needed to have the OS 9 classic.

Does anyone know how i could get OS 9 classic. I'm in dire need and im trying to make christmas cards. Help me for the love of christmas!
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Hey guys, I'm having a problem. I am trying to install photoshop 5.5 so that i can update it to the newest version. But than i realized that i needed to have the OS 9 classic.

Does anyone know how i could get OS 9 classic. I'm in dire need and im trying to make christmas cards. Help me for the love of christmas!
All the files for classic support should be an optional install on the disks that came with your computer. If you need to boot into OS 9 to do the PS install you'd better have a pretty old powerbook as the new models will not under any circumstances boot into OS 9.

By the way, when I install photoshop upgrade from 5.5 to 7.0 I'm just asked for the serial number of the old version not the location of the old version or anything like that.
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