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OT and Appletalk

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After installing OT 1.1.1 and  1.1.2 on my Powerbook 180c (Sys 7.5.5), I didn't use OT before, it is necessary to switch on Appletalk everytime after booting. The internal battery is OK.
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by:kwayne
ID: 1535461
Just to make sure: you installed 1.1.1/2 on top of the 1.1 release, and, if you ever had a 1.1.1 beta, you reinstalled 1.1 on top of that before going to 1.1.1 or 1.1.2?
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by:102090
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I 've installed OT 1.1.1 directly (without any other OT version) and then I've installed 1.1.2 directly, too.
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by:irac
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Could be a preferences file problem.  Try killing off your AppleTalk prefs.

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by:MacTech
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Have you tried Zapping your Pram (by restarting & then immediately holding down CMD/OPT/P/R keys all at the same time until you hear the restart chime 3 or 4 times?)
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jkusznir earned 50 total points
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Try doing a "clean install" of ot1.1.2.  (Delete all files w/ OT or Open Transport in the name or creator field.).  Then Re-install.

I am using OT 1.1.2 and as long as I don't turn off appletalk manually, it remains on.
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by:dalshar
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Download an extension named "Remote Only" from apple. Throw it in
your Extensions folder restart and then go to your Control Panels
Folder and open AppleTalk and you will be able to select Remote
Only. You will never have to touch Appletalk again;
 (unless you want to of course).
dalshar
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