[rescue] Bondi-ng

Geoffrey S. Mendelson gsm at mendelson.com
Sat Aug 18 19:12:38 CDT 2007

On Sat, Aug 18, 2007 at 04:15:31PM -0700, N. Miller wrote:

I wrote:

> > up with it. You need a 33mHz DMA drive. MacOS 8 had support for it
> > (forcing 33mHz on a 66mHz drive). MacOS 9 did not, and you had to use
> > the defunct and impossible to find FWB hard disk toolkit.

Nadine wrote:

> I'm not 100% certain, but I thought OWC had this for sale on their  
> web site (since they were pushing XpostFacto so much early on).
> I have a lot of older Mac software, none of which is catalogued at  
> the moment.  I'll do some looking to see what I can find.  Do you  
> know which versions of FWB HDT included it?

I haven't a  clue. I once saw an oblique reference to it and have long
since lost it.  I remembered it because I don't have it.

>From what I read, FWB bought Virtual PC. They announced an OS X beta
and when their investors got tired of waiting, they revealed that it
never had been started, the company folded and completely disapeared.

As for their hard disk and CD-ROM toolkits, I have never had a copy.
none of the usual "archive" sites have one, and neither has any of the 
Mac owners or collectors I have asked. 

An earlier version (not usefull in this case) should be around, it was 
included with one of the Mac clones and came on the instalation CD. 
Unfortunately, I have only heard of one of them in Israel and it was
offered to me for a price I could not afford (or want to pay) by
someone who thought it still had that much value. Asking them to
let me borrow the CD was not an option.


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