[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.