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Mac OS 9.1 Updater is designed to support today's Mac OS 9 customers and ease the transition for tomorrow's Mac OS X customers. The Mac OS 9.1 upda te delivers additional support for Multiple Users and iTools services, and Sherlock 2 has a new channel, Entertainment, making it easy to find movi e reviews or your favorite song.

Note: The 6100, 7100, and 8100 class Apple computers require a Mac OS 9.1 full install CD to upgrade to Mac OS 9.1. Also, the Mac OS X Public Beta and Mac OS 9.1 are not compatible. If you install Mac OS 9.1, the Classic environment in the Mac OS X Public Beta will no longer function.

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MacOS 9.0 or later (US Version only).

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ChaseLaguna
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This link is now broken and apple no longer hosts this file.

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Version 9.1
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whin
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update soft for best work

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Version 9.1
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I need to know if somebody having problems with Epson 740 when installing 9.1 on 9.0.4, has a solution for getting printing again on 9.1. I will really thank you for the information

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Version 9.1
mark z
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I have the same problem!!!

I just updated from OS 9.04 to OS 9.1 and every time I try to print using my Epson 740 I get a "type 1, 2 or 3" error. Anyone know how to help with this???

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Anonymous
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Very good update just dissappointed some of the features were not put in but it has the features there
imagine all the 5s as 6s

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Version 9.1
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Anonymous
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I'm afraid this is a lost cause for me anyway. Absolutely impossibe to install. Maybe I could do it from a disc but not this way. Is it going to impede my progress getting into 0SXif I don't have this first?

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9.1 seems much faster and more stable than 9.0.4. Everything is running much smoother on my iMac and I haven't had to restart since I upgraded weeks ago when the software was first released. Unless you rely on one of the few software titles that are currently incompadable with 9.1 you should definitly upgrade. The extra speed and the greatly reduced need to restart have definitly made my life easier

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VERY GOOD SYSTEM UPGRADE

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darkangel
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this new version is going better and smoother than the 9.04 for sure but few little problems which are just or unsefull or just boring: windows ( windows PC) not usefull and totally stupid for Mac/ the sound manager, problem it goes along everytime you do something and is very loud! i don't wnat the sound to tell me i'm login on internet or fax 'cos i don't need it and it wakes up the neighboors!!! i don't wnat sound so why do u want me to get it?!!!

in the overall it's ok but messy with the folders as i used to have my own places and you just messed around and it's not your computer! an application for me it's not an utility so i put in application! and other things like this boring, just don't make your own computer and leave us leading our computer!
Mac is Mac not Pc (I hate them!) so don't try to make Pc users understanding Mac because i don't understand Pc's

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I installed 9.1 0n my iMac 350 over 9.0.4 and it certainly seems fractionly faster. certainly more stable.
the only probblem I found was the modem scripts, I had to revert to the original V90 script but that works fine. When using 9.0.4 I hadt to use V34 script but the V90 works great now.
No proplem with Umax 1220S Scanner or Epson 740 Printer or Brother 1250 laser. I like it

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I installed MacOs 9.1n no problem, then had to re-install 9.04. I could not use my Epson Stylus Pro 5000 via postcript or else, or make a pdf because of this conflict in between Suitcase 9 and the OS. Extensis suggests to go to the control panel Suitcase 9 MenuFonts, add a space after the tilda (~) so that it loads before ATM. I don't have the material time to re-install Mac OS 9.1 at the moment, but eventually I will on my 8500 with its upgraded G3 processor which I overclock at 490 Mhz. I cannot do without printing proofs and pdfs to my clients, but I will, for I noticed it was faster than 9.04, had new features like acceleration for older Macs, and will be I think an improvement in stability. One other problem I noticed, TechTool Pro 3 and 3.02 cannot not read the system file and fly over it. Really annoying but TechTool Pro will hopefully have a remedy. All the values I put in the underneath box can just be hopeful, from the glance I experienced, with the problems mentioned eventually solved. One can as well mention the unhelpfulness of Apple, when you have to pay to report bugs, and do not receive proper feed back.

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Downloads 62,792
Version Downloads 14,631
Type Utilities / System
License Updater
Date 09 Jan 2001
Platform OS Classic / PPC 32
Price Free