CD Updates — Two popular CDs packed with thousands of files have recently been updated. AMUG (the Arizona Macintosh Users’ Group) shipped BBS in a Box X for $119 ($45 upgrade), and Pacific Hi Tech just released the third edition of the Info-Mac CD-ROM for $49.95 (previous owners get a $20 discount), which holds many of the files stored on <sumex-aim.stanford.edu>. If you’ve had trouble accessing FTP sites due to the load, or if you’re setting up a BBS and want a ready-made file library, check out these CDs. Both CDs reportedly have a conflict between the Dataware software used to create the CDs and the drivers for NEC CD-ROM drives. The workaround for the moment is to use a third-party generic driver, such as Charismac or FWB’s CD-ROM Toolkit.
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