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Wait, is that the problem? I thought it wouldn't work because it was 32-bit, period. I was reading up on PS3 controller drivers a while ago and it seems there are definitely ways to get unsigned drivers to work, though they aren't particularly pretty. Google around for <motioninjoy unsigned> for examples.Cat_7 wrote:64-bit Windows requires signed drivers. The cd-rom driver (cdenable.sys) which SheepShaver needs to read mac cd-roms is not signed, and thus no cd-rom access in 64 bit Windows.
IsoBuster can definitely do it, but only in the rather pricey registered version. I think HFV Explorer has the same problem. Executor, maybe? (EDIT: Nope.) The Toast image is probably the best way to go.Tman8816 wrote:Just a quick thought, the CD-ROM i REALLY want working is one of those "300 greatest MAC games" type CDs. The actual CD has no autoplay or installer or anything like that, it is just a bunch of individual folders (genre of game)with fairly small games within the folders, each within their folder per game. Is there a way that i can just copy the games I want to play, using the Snow Leopard OS, and transfer them onto SheepShaver? Maybe that will let me bypass the whole CD image problem...
I'm not sure if the Macintosh version is particularly different, but you can buy that from GOG.com in a form that will easily run on any modern machine.Tman8816 wrote:YAY Castles: Seige and Conquest
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