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mini_vmac_setup [2017/02/19 02:41]
clockwise [Introduction]
mini_vmac_setup [2017/02/19 02:46]
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 Download the files above. Install Stuffit for Windows. Extract mini vMac. You will notice that it consists of just one executable file. Place your ROM file in the same directory as the mini vMac executable. The ROM file should be named "​vMac.ROM."​ Download the files above. Install Stuffit for Windows. Extract mini vMac. You will notice that it consists of just one executable file. Place your ROM file in the same directory as the mini vMac executable. The ROM file should be named "​vMac.ROM."​
  
-Since you have installed Stuffit for Windows, you can deal with the System 6 files from within Windows. ​If you did a default install of Stuffit, just right click on "​SSW_6.0.8-1.4MB_Disk1of2.sea.bin"​ and select "​Stuffit Archive"​ and then "​Expand Here." This will produce a file called "SSW 6.0.8-1.4MB Disk1of2.sea."​ Now right click on **that** file and expand it. This will produce a file called "​System Startup."​ Repeat this procedure on "​SSW_6.0.8-1.4MB_Disk1of2.sea.bin"​ to produce a file called "​System Additions." ​+If you did a default install of Stuffit ​for Windows, just right click on "​SSW_6.0.8-1.4MB_Disk1of2.sea.bin"​ and select "​Stuffit Archive"​ and then "​Expand Here." This will produce a file called "SSW 6.0.8-1.4MB Disk1of2.sea."​ Now right click on **that** file and expand it. This will produce a file called "​System Startup."​ Repeat this procedure on "​SSW_6.0.8-1.4MB_Disk1of2.sea.bin"​ to produce a file called "​System Additions." ​
  
 (If you opted not to do a default install of Stuffit and don't have contextual menu options, run the "​Expander"​ tool and drag the archives onto the utility. ​ You'll have to do this manually since the archives may not show up as valid if you are browsing for them using the "​open"​ dialog) (If you opted not to do a default install of Stuffit and don't have contextual menu options, run the "​Expander"​ tool and drag the archives onto the utility. ​ You'll have to do this manually since the archives may not show up as valid if you are browsing for them using the "​open"​ dialog)
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 ===== Installing Stuffit Expander 4.0.1 ===== ===== Installing Stuffit Expander 4.0.1 =====
 You are probably going to want a copy of Stuff Expander 4.0.1 inside of your emulated machine in order to expand applications and games. ​ This guide originally recommended the use of [[HFVExplorer]] to decode Stuffit, but you can now dowload a [[http://​www.gryphel.com/​c/​sw/​archive/​stuffexp/​index.html|disk image]] containing Stuffit from The Gryphel Project. ​ Just drag the disk image onto the emulated Macintosh. You are probably going to want a copy of Stuff Expander 4.0.1 inside of your emulated machine in order to expand applications and games. ​ This guide originally recommended the use of [[HFVExplorer]] to decode Stuffit, but you can now dowload a [[http://​www.gryphel.com/​c/​sw/​archive/​stuffexp/​index.html|disk image]] containing Stuffit from The Gryphel Project. ​ Just drag the disk image onto the emulated Macintosh.
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 +===== Getting Things Into the Emulator =====
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 +To get files (downloaded games and applications,​ for example) from Windows into the emulated system, use [[http://​www.gryphel.com/​c/​minivmac/​extras/​importfl/​index.html|ImportFl]],​ available from the Gryphel Project. ​ When this application is running within the emulator, you are able to drag files into the emulator, just like disk images.
  
 ===== Conclusion ===== ===== Conclusion =====
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