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I am running Panther and want to use Classic for a few of my daughter's cds. I have a copy of OS9 that I found on another forum. The thing is, I don't know where to copy the directory so the Classic Settings in system preferences finds it. BTW, I do own the original install disks for OS9. Any suggestions?
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Just follow the steps here:

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.h...tnum=106294#m9

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...sorry, I didn't catch the right forum path. I'm checking the URL now. THX!!
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Ok, now 9.1 is running; thank you. To upgrade my classic to 9.2 should I use the install disks that came with my 2001 iBook or should I dl the upgrade path from the mac site? thx
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Downloadable updates are available through Apple Support.

Check out what is needed with your system here.
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Got everything to work from the Mac site. Thanks. So far so good.
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Glad it works for you! :girl:
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