"Market" for old macs?
mouse at Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA
Wed Nov 30 16:07:33 CST 2005
> I actually have one of those old Central Point Software "option
> board" thingamajigs, made for backing up copy protected software and
> writing Mac disks.
> That right there is proof that you need additional hardware to
> properly write Mac disks.
Not at all.
Just because someone makes a product designed to do something does not
mean that that product is necessary to do that thing. Furthermore,
even if it is necessary in some cases does not mean it's necessary in
all; for example, it may be that "modern" floppy drives are capable of
things that drives current when the gadget was produced aren't.
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