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Booting the Macintosh Classic without a System Folder.

The Macintosh Classic can be booted from ROM – as opposed to using a boot disk or starting up from a hard disk containing System Software – by holding down the following key combination: ⌘⌥XO (Command Option X O).[1]

Drives and media

SCSI harddisk replacement options
Flash Drive Test Results

References

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