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Offline alx

Re: WinUAE hard-drive creation help needed pleased!
« Reply #15 on: July 14, 2003, 02:13:21 PM »
There's a self-extracting LHA here.  Download and run, and it should give you lha, which you can then put in sys:c  To extract programs then, you can fire up a CLI and type in "lha x ram:archive.lha work:" or whatever - use that to get a GUI if you want.

Offline WelshBoy

Re: WinUAE hard-drive creation help needed pleased!
« Reply #16 on: July 14, 2003, 07:45:42 PM »
Thanx for that alx -

I've just deleted AIAB and re-installed WinUAE - just waiting for some kind soul to spare me a copy of their Workbench extra's .adf and I'll be up and running hopefully - and thats where the "fun" really begins...grrr I'm gonna have to set it all up! lots of tweaking I think - Jeni's gonna kill me!   :-o

While I'm here can somebody explain me to the use of Picasso96? I'm not exactly a novice here - in fact I'd call myself a computer expert bar programming but I've never had the use for lots of Amiga programs and spec's thanx to only ever owning a stock A1200...and when I did get a 4mb RAM board (I remember the exact day - world of Amiga show years bk!) it blew up and took my HD with it :(

Cheers,
Daz
 

Offline Gaidheal

Re: WinUAE hard-drive creation help needed pleased!
« Reply #17 on: July 19, 2003, 02:03:17 PM »
ADF went through to your brother fine.  So go bug him if he has not already passed it onto you :¬)
[color=3300FF]Gaidheal[/color][/b][color=0066CC] - \\"The Emulator Guy\\"[/color][/i]
 

Offline decore

Re: WinUAE hard-drive creation help needed pleased!
« Reply #18 on: July 23, 2003, 10:25:40 PM »


i guess you are going to blow your mind when i tell you
i got about 30000 adf files...lol. :-D

i dont understand why you will not use hardfiles or a real
harddrive though. Using directories as virtual harddrives
is a real bad solution for anyone seriously emulating.
There are tons of demos which will not work unless in
a hardfile/harddrive..not to mention programs and games.

Ah wel... best of luck.