November 18th, 1999
|[4:30 PM] PC PowerEmulator Updated With Mac OS 9 Compatibility
Lismore Systems has updated the PC emulator program, Blue Label PowerEmulator, to version 1.5. The newer version includes several bug fixes and performance/feature enhancements. The Blue Label PowerEmulator allows users to install PC based operating systems and run software for those systems on a PowerMac. According to Lismore Systems:
Lismore Software Systems, Ltd. today released Blue Label PowerEmulator 1.5 Components Update 1.
This Update fixes bugs generally occurring in Mac OS 9 and on the newest Macintosh models. The fixed problems are:
- Mac clock reset after exiting from the Emulator. This bug appeared while one uses some versions of Windows.
- CD drive recognition in the Standard Dual IDE Controller setup. This bug appeared on some newest Macintosh models (usually iMac DV).
- Mouse recognition at emulator startup. This bug appeared in MacOS 9.
- Serial port recognition at emulator startup. This bug appeared on some PowerBook models.
- Other little bugs fix.
Blue Label PowerEmulator is available for US$29.95. You can find more information at the Lismore Systems web site.