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MODE32 from [[Connectix]] was used to fix the "32-bit dirty" issue with the [[Macintosh SE/30]], [[Macintosh II]], [[Macintosh IIx]] and [[Macintosh IIcx]] which would otherwise not be able to address over 8MB RAM.
 
MODE32 from [[Connectix]] was used to fix the "32-bit dirty" issue with the [[Macintosh SE/30]], [[Macintosh II]], [[Macintosh IIx]] and [[Macintosh IIcx]] which would otherwise not be able to address over 8MB RAM.
  
MODE32 is a software utility allowing users of "classic" Macintosh computers to run 32-bit clean programs. The success of MODE32 prompted Apple Computer to license it from Connectix for free unlimited distribution - it can be downloaded via online services.
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MODE32 is a software utility allowing users of "classic" Macintosh computers to run 32-bit clean programs. The success of MODE32 prompted [[Apple Computer]] to license it from Connectix for free unlimited distribution - it can be downloaded via online services.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:32, 17 September 2020

MODE32 from Connectix was used to fix the "32-bit dirty" issue with the Macintosh SE/30, Macintosh II, Macintosh IIx and Macintosh IIcx which would otherwise not be able to address over 8MB RAM.

MODE32 is a software utility allowing users of "classic" Macintosh computers to run 32-bit clean programs. The success of MODE32 prompted Apple Computer to license it from Connectix for free unlimited distribution - it can be downloaded via online services.

Downloads

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