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Apple - Copy II Plus Disk Utility System

With Version 4.0, Copy ][ Plus includes both a
powerful DOS disk utility package and a
sophisticated Bit Copy program. The DOS utilities
allow you to manipulate DOS files and disks
quickly and easily. The Bit Copy program can make
backups of valuable software that has been
copy-protected. In this manual, we'll show you
how to use each option step-by-step. In nearly
every case. Copy ][ Plus will show "reminder"
prompts as to what commands or menu options are
valid. We encourage you to carefully read through
this manual to take advantage of all of Copy ][
Plus's features. We assume you are generally
familiar with DOS and the standard DOS commands.
Apple's Disk Operating System manual and the book
"Beneath Apple DOS" by Quality Software are both
excellent sources of information.
If you are primarily interested in the Bit Copy
program, you may wish to skip over to Chapter Two,
which begins the discussion of making backups of
copy protected software.

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Reference Number :

Date Published : 1982

Manufacturer : Apple

Format : PDF (40 pages)

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH40759. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Apple - Copy II Plus Disk Utility System

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