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I recently bought a Tangerine iBook and wanted to reinstall the original OS on it. The thing is that, before I go and screw things over, I would like to know if I can use these CD images to install said OS on the G3 iBook. Taking into account that I only have machines with Windows 10 on it, How can I burn them into a physical CD to reinstall the OS on the iBook? Do I have to get some file converter to make the CD readable on the laptop? Can burn the CD straight and will it work without any hitch?
I thank you in advance for any kind of answer.
Downloads marked as ISO, you should just be able to burn to a CD with any CD burning software.
Downloads marked as hard drive images need to be properly redumped. Some CD writer programs MAY write them, but they will not be bootable. Might still be OK to run as an upgrade assuming the Mac will read it.
Of course, check the OS compatibility for your specific machine to make sure the version you want to use is supported.
Oh, and if you have any doubt about what you are writing, use CD-RWs.
Just to mention that 'Apple Mac OS 9.2.2 (ISO) (Bad?)' is NOT bad at all! It works! (at least on QEMU).