I invested in a DVD-ROM and card to just be disappointed. Hopefully someone can tell me how I can solve my problem. I have a Wallstreet which I have upgraded with Sonnet's G4 500 Mhz processor, maxed to 512 RAM. Installed Panther (which runs better than Jaguar), upgraded to 80 Gig drive. OK OK I have realize now I could have bought a good G4. However it is really a clean Wallstreet. Well, I have ran into what has been described before about the DVD player not working in OS X. I tried Classic version 2.7 and it says it can not work on this Macintosh. Error Code -301. Which I looked up and it means "smCRCFail"
--- CRC check failed for declaration data
[/quote]. What does this mean and is there a fix for it?
If I am booted into Classic. So, I was told about this great VideoLan. It shudders (very choppy), so I followed their suggestion on a possible fix and realized no change. So what can I do?
I believe I upgraded a 233 Wallstreet. Would changing the logic board with a 300 Mhz make any difference?
I have one laying around.