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(9 replies, posted in C64)

mm @phluxx could you name a few late games as you pointed out for example that you found did not work c64?? might help the fix process.

Its still in the works, had some delays here ill update when rdy.

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(35 replies, posted in Expansion cards)

http://www.fpgaarcade.com/punbb/viewtop … 314#p11314

Im for an option to get the exact look of the picture as an option say though (HDMI) make it look crappier, as yes, people like that old skool look if possible. Again, have a toggle to turn it on or off. Yeah, i like the term maybe "authentic signal" option look.

Ive had issues unless im using Sandisk sdcards. Alot of crap ones about unknown brands. ie: Some for example, read about 20 times as slow even though they are rated the same, one of them also took like almost a minute to read the internal header to pc usb link, whereas sandisk took less than 10 sec. How big is the partition on the sdcard that does not boot now if still not booting?
if you copy that data on the one that does not boot and put it on the new one, does it work to test or still fail?

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(76 replies, posted in Amiga)

Well there is enough room in this one, which is also on the website. Antec ISK110 Vesa-U3. Yes, as noted there to on fpgaarcade.com, alternate ones will be shown when available. ie: A custom replay case will come soon enough and more than likely with a internal 3.5" slot as yes, people will want to make use of the floppy/HxC slot 3.5 drive for future use.

No doubt, a case with a floppy/HxC sdcard 3.5 slot will appear soon enough.

Awsome welcome to the forum.

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(3 replies, posted in FAQ and How-to guides)

Also use this link for how to setup and install the Picasso96. http://www.fpgaarcade.com/kb/setting-up … picasso96/
There will always be a link now there for the upto date drivers here also along with any future installers etc for P96.

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(1,708 replies, posted in Amiga)

Also use this link for how to setup and install the Picasso96. http://www.fpgaarcade.com/kb/setting-up … picasso96/
There will always be a link now there for the upto date drivers here also along with any future installers etc for P96.

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(42 replies, posted in Amiga)

Also use this link for how to setup and install the Picasso96. http://www.fpgaarcade.com/kb/setting-up … picasso96/
There will always be a link now there for the upto date drivers here also along with any future installers etc for P96.

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(28 replies, posted in Amiga)

@Kamelito. One thing you can do, is you can access the replay.ini for example, by connecting a usb from the internal port to a pc usb and use the OSD menu option "SDCARD OVER USB". This will give your PC access to the sdcard with a drive letter. There you can modify the replay.ini and folders etc. (im using one of my front usb ports connected to the internal header).

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(76 replies, posted in Amiga)

Well i guess @michciu, The general plan is to still make sure that even with the daughterboard attached to the replay below, it will all still sit inside the atx windows plate, or and also the height of the components inside case, should not be past plate height too.

Dbl chk the notes as well again at the bottom of the Bossa page. http://shumatech.com/web/products/bossa (Yes is compatable with windows 10, anything from window2000 64bit and up.) It "recommends" 64bit only tho. Uninstall it again completely reinstall try again maybe..https://github.com/shumatech/BOSSA/releases/download/1.8/bossa-x64-1.8.msi.zip

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(43 replies, posted in Amiga)

Ive also now installed the Full version Classic WB and then installed the Picasso96 RTG as well, fully working ok.
Magic WB / Scalos / WHDLoad etc...
Note: you can also add the program AddReplayMem from here currently as well to add the replay extra 48meg fast ram.
addreplaymem d/l http://www.fpgaarcade.com/punbb/misc.ph … download=1

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(43 replies, posted in Amiga)

Oh great...Yes, that system.hdf is winuae only nonRDB, not designed for real amiga, best copy to alternate .HDF the other one or make your own etc. Yes pls update what option does or does not work so it cant be noted etc.

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(43 replies, posted in Amiga)

ok, i have installed the Classic WB full ok. ive tested this and installed it with the system.hdf file it came with, of course you can make your own, and when you install it, dont use the patch memory option when you get to that, and dont enable drive click option. make sure you are using the latest version of Winuae also. also, im assuming that you have a proper setup and have on your sdcard also for example 1) Kick_31.rom , 2) replay_amiga.bin , 3) replay.ini + 4) .hdf (hdisk files) eg; i used as above the system.hdf just because it was with that install, but of course you can use whatever one you prefer. See help examples on Replay .ini setups here. http://www.fpgaarcade.com/punbb/viewtopic.php?id=1249
Also, yes, you dont need the picasso96 installed at all for this to work initially no it will work fine as is. Also i installed it wil WB 3.1 complete set on my test. Also yes as @mike said, if you have # to the left of the .hdf files at the bottom of the replay.ini, then it should then come up to the replay OSD menu. assuming this works, then you can manually select from the OSD menu, the ie: system.hdf or whatever .hdf you have on the sdcard to boot the Amiga workbench in your case. Then use the Reset option OSD.
Also note the Faranheit disk image seams yes to boot from the Replay OSD ok to CLI, so yes assuming you have the classic WB installed ok they should work fine on that .HDF.

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(43 replies, posted in Amiga)

im going to download that .hdf and see what it is first. never used that before.

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(76 replies, posted in Amiga)

mm, well would it be 40 or and 44 pin as well that you would need want both.? Maybe an updated daughterboard mark 2 to match an updated replay 2 as the floppy stuff should go on daughterboard in reality keeping OS HW specific stuff on DB too.
Alternatively and, id also like 2x sata ports ON motherboard replay 2 motherboard, and then the replay 2 would be complete in the new world for storage. USB/SDCARD/SATA. It would be a mini Tabor same thing, only it runs v3.1-3.9.

Try SVN http://svn.fpgaarcade.com/viewvc/ReplayPub/ use the username and password on this page.
svn.fpgaarcade.com in the subfolders there you should get updates.
Note. The main releases should still be updated in this area.  http://svn.fpgaarcade.com/release/

Welcome carles.

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(2 replies, posted in Member introductions)

hey caius, welcome.

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(42 replies, posted in General discussion)

kit here...
https://core-electronics.com.au/raspber … t-kit.html

Might be of help for kernal compile anyways on module directly or yes cross compile Vbox etc https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentati … uilding.md

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(42 replies, posted in General discussion)

Mm, i like jims idea, if its already done in assembler and yes has an fpu/mmu already. give it a go. Saves all recoding?. As an Alternate, yeah i do like the idea of cm3, but i think main thing is, what speed/cpu (setup) is going to be best with enough speed for proper web browsing. I hear so many ppl with amigas from the past saying that you need 100mhz for this? was this really true? and if so, can we get that sort of speed with jims idea or and the cm3?. (I never had any Amigas down here with browsing capability so i cant say).?

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(2 replies, posted in BBC B/ Acorn)

A bit of info here hicks. http://www.adsb.co.uk/bbc/disk_controllers/