Mouse Drivers

For PC Compatibility Card users, Mouse Drivers 9.01 is available on the PC Utilities CD. To install the mouse drivers, run SETUP.EXE in the MSMOUSE directory. If you are using Windows 3.1 or Windows for Workgroups, install both the DOS and Windows mouse drivers. If you are using Windows 95 or DOS 6.22, install the DOS mouse driver only. When you install the DOS mouse driver, the installer may display an error message indicating that it could not find a mouse attached to the computer. You can...

Inserting the PC Compatibility Card

7 Unscrew and remove the metal port access covers for the slots you need. You need to install the PC Compatibility Card in the second PCI slot, just under the top (first) slot. If you are installing a PC Serial and Parallel Port Card, you'll need to install it in the top (first) slot later. Keep the screws you will need to reinsert them again later on. 8 With the PC Compatibility Card turned over, position the support bracket on the end of the card (opposite the ports). IMPORTANT Always hold...

MHz Pc Card

The 1 2 PC Compatibility Card Upgrade kit includes the PC compatibility card, a loopback cable, an internal PC audio video cable assembly, and two CD audio cables. Note The PC Compatibility card offers two ways to get video out on the Power Macintosh 7200 1)via the internal PC audio video cable assembly, which connects from the PC Compatibility card to the logic board, or 2) via the external loopback cable, which connects between the video ports on the computer, the PC Compatibility card, and...

Pull out the metal access port cover behind the expansion slot closest to the center of the computer

You need to install your PC Compatibility Card in the first (top) PCI expansion slot, which is the slot closest to the processor card. If there is already a card in the first slot, move it to a different slot. IMPORTANT If you will be installing a PC Serial and Parallel Card, you should also remove any card in the second slot (below the first slot). What you do next depends on whether you are adding a DIMM (dual inline memory module) to increase the memory available to your PC Compatibility...

Plug the other SCSI audio cable into the back of the CDROM drive

Use the cable with the thick plug that looks identical to the cable you connected to the logic board. Insert the cable's larger plug into the back of the CD-ROM drive, where you unplugged the ribbon cable in step 10. 16 Route the cable through the interior of the computer. Route the cable through this hole in the chassis. Route the cable through this hole in the chassis. 17 Plug the other end of the audio cable into the CD In connector in the far upper-left corner of the PC Compatibility card....

Overview

The PC compatibility cards are for use with Power Macintosh models having peripheral component interface (PCI) expansion slots. They allow MS-DOS and Windows applications to run directly on a Power Macintosh computer. There are several types of Apple PC Compatibility cards, and installation procedures differ for each 12-inch 100 MHz card features a 100-MHz Pentium processor 7-inch 100-MHz card features a 100 MHz 5x86 processor 12-inch 166 MHz-P card features a 166 MHz Pentium processor 12-inch...

In a Power Macintosh or

The illustrations in this chapter show the 8600 model. If you have a 9600, some of the illustrations may look slightly different from your computer. IMPORTANT If you will be installing a PC Serial and Parallel Card with your PC Compatibility Card, it's easiest to install both cards at the same time. The PC Serial and Parallel Card has standard PC ports that allow you to use several kinds of PC-compatible peripherals from the Windows or DOS environment (not from the Mac OS environment)....

General Compatibility Information

The original 100 MHz PC compatibility cards (7-inch and 12-inch) are compatible with the following software and equipment Windows for Workgroups 3.11 Windows 95 (not compatible with WindowNT or OS 2) Most third-party VGA and SVGA displays Power Macintosh 5400, 6400 (7-inch card only), 7200, 7500, 7600, 8500, and 9500 series computers The 166 MHz-P and PR166 cards are compatible with the following software and equipment Windows for Workgroups 3.11 Windows 95 (not compatible with WindowNT or OS...

Connect a Monitor

Caution Do not plug a monitor into the joystick port that comes on some models of the PC compatibility card, and do not plug a joystick into a monitor port. Serious damage to the equipment can result. Plug the middle connector on the loopback cable into the 26-pin port on the PC compatibility card and tighten the thumbscrews. Attach the short connector on the loopback cable to the external monitor's cable.

MHzP PC Card

The 12 166 MHz-P PC Compatibility card is compatible with the Power Macintosh 4400, 7220, 7200, 7300, 7500, 7600, 8500, 8600, 9500, and 9600 Series computers. Installation procedures differ depending on which machine the card is being used with. Installation instructions from the User's manual for the 12 166 MHz PC Compatibility Card are included here refer to the machine-specific installation instructions within this chapter (indicated by the bookmarks in the left-hand margin) for complete...

Connecting Monitors

After you have installed the 12 PC Compatibility Card, connect the monitor s as follows to display both PC and Macintosh environments. S Warning Do not plug a monitor into the joystick port that comes on some models of the PC Compatibility card, and do not plug a joystick into a monitor port. Serious damage can result to the equipment. To connect a single monitor to the computer 1 Connect the monitor cable to the computer's built-in video port. To connect a single monitor to the computer using...

Connect a PC Game Controller

Note Some models of the PC compatibility card come with a game controller port. Caution Do not plug a monitor into the joystick port, and do not plug a joystick into a monitor port. Serious damage to the equipment can result. 1 Remove the plastic cover on the game controller port.

Removing the PC Compatibility Card From Your Power Macintosh or Computer

Performa 6300 Port

To remove your PC Compatibility Card hardware from your Power Macintosh 4400 or 7220 computer, follow the instructions in this chapter. WARNING If you've purchased a Power Macintosh 4400 or 7220 PC-compatible computer, your computer's PC Compatibility Card may have been designed to be used only in 4400 and 7220 models. Do not install the card in a different model if page 1 of the Technical Information booklet that came with your 4400 or 7220 PC-compatible computer states a warning not to do so....