My neighbor has a powerbook with classic on it for his Photoshop. Today, for some reason, it is saying that it can't start up Classic due to not finding a folder with Classic to boot up off of.<br><br>This apparently happened with his cube too. <br><br>I asked him what he was doing last with Classic and he said he was working in Photoshop and printing pictures up when a message came up saying something, though not sure what. (sure do wish he could!)<br><br>Any ideas? <br><br>I can see the classic folder in the startup....will try it now.<br><br>
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Is this a dual-boot machine? If so, it's possible that it's set to have the OS 9 system as the boot system.<br><br>Try holding the [X] key while the machine boots. This should force it to boot into whatever flavor of OS X they have.<br><br>
Thanks, that started it up.<br><br>Now, the question of Classic not starting up/working is still there. I told him to back things up to his cube and do a reinstall since I have no idea.<br><br>I just need to get his few remaining apps updated to OSX versions <br><br>
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