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I got two questions about Mac OS 9.


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1. Can Mac OS 9 work on the new iMac?
2. Can Mac OS 9 run past Macintosh software such as Mac OS 8 or Mac OS 7.
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1. Can Mac OS 9 work on the new iMac?
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2. Can Mac OS 9 run past Macintosh software such as Mac OS 8 or Mac OS 7.
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