System 6.0.8, 7.0.1, 7.1, 7.5.5 boot disk images for SCSI ZIP drives (hand-made)

Shared by: that-ben
On: 2021-01-16 12:05:08
Updated by: that-ben
On: 2021-01-16 12:14:27
Rating: 0.00 Clarus out of 10 (0 vote)
Rate it: 12345678910

2017

(There's no video for System 6.0.8, 7.0.1, 7.1, 7.5.5 boot disk images for SCSI ZIP drives (hand-made) yet. Please contribute to MR and add a video now!)

  •  

What is System 6.0.8, 7.0.1, 7.1, 7.5.5 boot disk images for SCSI ZIP drives (hand-made)?

Those are disk images that you can clone onto an Iomega 100MB ZIP disk and then use it to boot 1980's and early 1990's Macs (using a SCSI ZIP drive connected to the SCSI port on the back of the Mac).

As usual, cloning can be done   using "dd" under OSX and Linux or with HDD Raw Copy Tool under Windows.

More info here: https://blog.rekawek.eu/2016/12/29/macos-images-for-iomega-zip/

 


Download System 6.0.8, 7.0.1, 7.1, 7.5.5 boot disk images for SCSI ZIP drives (hand-made) for Mac

system608-zip.image.gz (24.61 MiB / 25.81 MB)
System 6.0.8 (bootable) on a 100MB ZIP disk image
49 / 2021-01-16 / 516ebbc7dd081d2f21be4cf9ef0e417775499188 / /
system701-zip.image.gz (24.52 MiB / 25.71 MB)
System 7.0.1 (bootable) on a 100MB ZIP disk image
34 / 2021-01-16 / 5939dbb0d3647b4334dde7fdf47d3f2853d2531d / /
system710-zip.image.gz (24.68 MiB / 25.87 MB)
System 7.1 (bootable) on a 100MB ZIP disk image
24 / 2021-01-16 / 47ae7f42d3cbce4ba77110873dca47a5d187e100 / /
system755-zip.image.gz (24.19 MiB / 25.37 MB)
System 7.5.5 (bootable) on a 100MB ZIP disk image
48 / 2021-01-16 / 9e901de92bddc6a0f73023ae1466127867337cdc / /


Architecture


Motorola 68K



Compatibility notes

Architecture: 68K

For 100MB ZIP drives

Note: Macs having only 1MB of RAM should go with System 6.0.8.  System 7 requires at least 2MB of RAM to work correctly.

 




To date, Macintosh Repository served 1596857 old Mac files, totaling more than 324143.6GB!
Downloads last 24h = 995 : 148777.4MB
Last 5000 friend visitors from all around the world come from:
Mac OS Background (Mac OS 9/Photos)
 
Let's chat about old Macs!