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Running Mac OS 9.2

On several occasions, you might want to restart your Mac in Mac OS 9.2. The most common one is when a Classic application can't do what you want it to do when running in the Classic environment.

However, this might or might not be possible for you. Apple announced that as of January 2003, Macs will no longer be capable of booting up in Mac OS 9. The company later revised this policy and still produces a few Macs that can be started under Mac OS 9. Macs that are incapable of starting under Mac OS 9 are limited to the Classic environment only. This might be the only time in Mac history that having a new Mac is not totally a good thing. Of course, because Mac OS X has been around for a while now, most applications and hardware are compatible with Mac OS X itself or with the Classic environment. Hopefully, being unable to start in Mac OS 9 will not be a problem for you.


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