Apple IIe Card (2.2.1) Copyright 1993 Apple Computer, Inc. The enclosed file is a self-extracting archive of a Disk Copy 1440K disk image. To use, download, double-click the downloaded file (this decompresses it), and use Disk Copy to create a disk. Files found on the IIe Installer Disk: -------------------------------------- File Name Version # Created Modified ______________________________________________________________________ Apple HD SC Setup 3.1 2/11/92 2/11/92 BASIC.SYSTEM 7/17/90 7/17/90 IIe Script 2.2.1 7/6/93 7/28/93 IIe Startup 2.2.1 7/27/93 7/27/93 Installer 3.2 4/23/91 4/23/91 PRODOS 7/17/90 7/17/90 Read Me 10/5/92 10/5/92 Color 3.3.2 9/5/89 9/5/89 Finder 6.1.8 4/17/91 4/17/91 General 3.3.3 3/7/90 3/7/90 Keyboard 3.3.1 8/26/88 8/26/88 Monitors 4.3 9/4/90 9/4/90 Mouse 3.3.1 8/26/88 8/26/88 ProDOS File System 1.2.1 7/6/93 7/6/93 Startup Device 3.3.1 8/26/88 8/26/88 System 6.0.8 4/17/91 4/17/91 TeachText 1.2 4/30/88 4/30/88 From the IIe Installer Disk Read Me: More Information About the Apple IIe Card The Apple IIe Card Owner's Guide contains all the information you need to use the Apple IIe Card to run Apple IIe programs on a Macintosh computer. This Read Me document presents the following additional information: • Advice for people who use the Apple IIe Card with a hard disk • More troubleshooting ============================================================================= ADVICE FOR PEOPLE WHO USE THE APPLE IIE CARD WITH A HARD DISK • If you do NOT plan to use a hard disk, the information in this section does not apply to you. Skip ahead to the next section, "More Troubleshooting." • If you WILL be using a hard disk, you should make a note on page 57 of the Apple IIe Card Owner's Guide to follow the instructions below. You should also take note of the information in the next section, "More Troubleshooting." FINAL PREPARATIONS FOR USING A HARD DISK. If you are a hard disk startup person, you should read this section when you begin Chapter 4. If you are a floppy disk startup person, you should skip this section. When you're in the Apple IIe environment, one way to start up (boot) an Apple IIe program is to restart the Apple IIe Card by pressing Control-Command-Reset. You can control where the Apple IIe Card looks for the program by rearranging the disk drive icons in the SmartPort panel so the disk drive where the program resides is in Drive 1 of Slot 5. For instance, if you want to use the Control-Command-Reset method of starting up (booting) an Apple IIe program on your hard disk, the hard disk icon should be in Drive 1 of Slot 5 of the SmartPort panel. To arrange the drives in the SmartPort panel, follow these steps: 1. Double-click the IIe Startup icon. 2. Press Control-Command-Esc to open the Option Panel. 3. Use the big scroll bar to scroll down to the SmartPort icon. 4. Click the SmartPort icon. 5. Find the icon of the disk drive where your program is and drag it to Drive 1 of Slot 5. 6. Click the Restart IIe button. ============================================================================= MORE TROUBLESHOOTING WHEN YOU SHOULD READ THIS SECTION: Read this section if you have a problem using the Apple IIe Card or running Apple IIe programs and can't find a solution in Appendix A of the Apple IIe Card Owner's Guide. AFTER QUITTING AN APPLE IIE PROGRAM, MY SCREEN GOES BLACK. If you started up from an AppleShare server, you can press Command-Control-Reset to return to the AppleShare logon screen. AFTER STARTING UP MY MACINTOSH, THE APPLE IIE SCREEN SHOWS UP BEHIND MY OTHER WINDOWS. If you are using System 7, make sure that IIe Startup is the only program in the Startup Items folder in your System Folder.