My first Mac was a Mac SE. My family got it it around 1995 from my Uncle, who was a Photographer and needed it for whatever editing software it was that he had. Anyways, I have fond childhood memories of playing vintage mac-tastic game, which of whose names escape me at the moment. Fast forward to Yesterday. Yesterday, I finally decide to go into the vast unknown of our Family's old house. After a surprisingly easy search I found it, in all its former glory. I grabed it along with all its components and took it home. At home I set it up and tried... ..tried.. ...to delete everything off the hard drive. In doing this I apparently deleted files essential system files. Now its giving me the ? floppy symbol which, I believe, means to insert the start-up disk. Problem is... ..I don't have the start-up disk, System Install disk, or even a current Mac. The only Mac I have is the SE. So this leaves me with a question: Can I make a System Boot Disk for System 7.01 to install on my Mac SE from Windows? Detailed Info * Mac SE Not SE/30 * Upgraded from 1Mb to 4Mb * 20Mb Original HD * Only machine that I own that has a Floppy is a Old PC with 184Mb of Ram with Windows Xp SP1 * I have the System 7.0.1 Install files meant for a Two Floppy installer So my main thing here is to get the system up and running. Then is it possible to copy games downloaded from the internet to a floppy from my windows system to put in my SE, because of the Floppy format problems?