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Powerbook 540c, SCSI CD-R Drives


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I got the original Diablo but can't make it work on my 540c. It seems that the game does not recognize my external SCSI connected CD-R drive. Any help for this?
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I thought Diablo was powermac only, and the 540c aint a powermac unless you have upgraded it!
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It has a powerpc chip in it. The game works all the way up to the point where it looks for the files on the CD to play it. Then it gets confused.
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Does it have any problems recognizing other CD's.
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Another thought, are you useing the orig Diablo cd or a copy? There seems to be some invisible files on the orign cd, I found that out when trying to run Diablo with a disk image of the cd.
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