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Offline Trinity

Re: AMD system with Amiga Forever 6
« Reply #90 on: August 25, 2004, 06:02:06 PM »
holley:: as a matter of fact there is another item .. i found 2 more cd's that came with AF6 ..Aminet 16 December96  and Amiga CD32 insight technology so i'm investigating how they fit into the overall scheme of this emulation...The downloading of the A-web was working but still have some new questions ,but can work through it.. thanks again.


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Offline Holley

Re: AMD system with Amiga Forever 6
« Reply #91 on: August 25, 2004, 07:05:49 PM »
hoakey doakey - Aminet will just be a collection of the (then) current files (as can be found on us.aminet.net), so should be handy!

Not sure about the other, unless it's of some use for the inbuilt CD32 emulation that WinUAE includes.

Anyway, I think your next question will warrant a fresh topic ;-)
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Offline Failure

Re: AMD system with Amiga Forever 6
« Reply #92 on: August 25, 2004, 07:33:43 PM »
@Trinity

I bet you ordered your AF6 through Software Hut.  They are including those CDs because they are probably not able to be sold due to age.  My last order I placed with them, I got some Aminet CD (forget which) and uh...Guiness Book of World Records for 1994 I think, for CD32.  Free.

So they don't necessarily have anything to do with AF6 unless you wanted to give them a shot with WinUAE.
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Offline Hammer

Re: AMD system with Amiga Forever 6
« Reply #93 on: August 25, 2004, 10:35:18 PM »
@DonnyEMU

In an X64 ecosystem you have 16 general purpose registers for the OS to play with. Thus it may entail some increase in efficiencies e.g. Less ISA load/store activity.
(even if you factor in micro-architecture improvements such as register wheel and extra micro-code registers).
The post-RISC core would be able reach near its full potential due to some clean-up in the ISA.
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Offline ombre

Re: AMD system with Amiga Forever 6
« Reply #94 on: September 23, 2004, 01:56:06 AM »
hi why does this window keep refreshing itself everytime i hit a key for a message?...trying to install Amiga Forever #6 on a pc ,until i can get an old 3000 to work ... but this is rather complicated also , i read your instructions and tried to download various un-archiving files but they all want to go into ram , with of course is full. So is there a way the ask the file from the website to go to a certain place in AmigaForever#6?
 

Offline ombre

Re: AMD system with Amiga Forever 6
« Reply #95 on: September 23, 2004, 01:56:13 AM »
hi why does this window keep refreshing itself everytime i hit a key for a message?...trying to install Amiga Forever #6 on a pc ,until i can get an old 3000 to work ... but this is rather complicated also , i read your instructions and tried to download various un-archiving files but they all want to go into ram , with of course is full. So is there a way the ask the file from the website to go to a certain place in AmigaForever#6?
 

Offline ombre

Re: AMD system with Amiga Forever 6
« Reply #96 on: September 23, 2004, 01:56:29 AM »
hi why does this window keep refreshing itself everytime i hit a key for a message?...trying to install Amiga Forever #6 on a pc ,until i can get an old 3000 to work ... but this is rather complicated also , i read your instructions and tried to download various un-archiving files but they all want to go into ram , with of course is full. So is there a way the ask the file from the website to go to a certain place in AmigaForever#6?
 

Offline ombre

Re: AMD system with Amiga Forever 6
« Reply #97 on: September 23, 2004, 01:56:32 AM »
hi why does this window keep refreshing itself everytime i hit a key for a message?...trying to install Amiga Forever #6 on a pc ,until i can get an old 3000 to work ... but this is rather complicated also , i read your instructions and tried to download various un-archiving files but they all want to go into ram , with of course is full. So is there a way the ask the file from the website to go to a certain place in AmigaForever#6?
 

Offline ombre

Re: AMD system with Amiga Forever 6
« Reply #98 on: September 23, 2004, 01:56:32 AM »
hi why does this window keep refreshing itself everytime i hit a key for a message?...trying to install Amiga Forever #6 on a pc ,until i can get an old 3000 to work ... but this is rather complicated also , i read your instructions and tried to download various un-archiving files but they all want to go into ram , with of course is full. So is there a way the ask the file from the website to go to a certain place in AmigaForever#6?
 

Offline ombre

Re: AMD system with Amiga Forever 6
« Reply #99 on: September 23, 2004, 01:56:33 AM »
hi why does this window keep refreshing itself everytime i hit a key for a message?...trying to install Amiga Forever #6 on a pc ,until i can get an old 3000 to work ... but this is rather complicated also , i read your instructions and tried to download various un-archiving files but they all want to go into ram , with of course is full. So is there a way the ask the file from the website to go to a certain place in AmigaForever#6?
 

Offline Methanoid

Re: AMD system with Amiga Forever 6
« Reply #100 on: May 06, 2009, 08:29:02 AM »
@Holley

"With WinUAE you can replace 'Explorer' as the system shell, and boot straight into UAE, bypassing the frontend menu (after getting it all configured that is!)."

Could you explain how and preferably what exactly we'd see when booting XP so modified?