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Re: Basilisk 1.0 beta testing

Subject: Re: Basilisk 1.0 beta testing
by LiveForIt on 2014/5/16 15:14:20


When I add a bootdisk or ROm to Basilisk, nothing appears in the file requestor window. Then nothing appears in the Mac Volume window apart from a 0 (zero) in the siaze column.

Sound like your trying to add Amiga partitions, not disk images.

It takes a few steps to do that, first you most prepare the partition in MediaToolBox, when you create the partition give it a device name like MAC1 or MAC2, that way you don't format the wrong volume in Basilisk, and disable automount, you do not want to see that partition on workbench, now reboot.

Run Basilisk again, add partition, make shore to type in “MAC1”, select the unit number of device. And select the device driver, basilisk will now scan your HD, looking for the partition volume named “MAC1”, size should pop up in the right column.

if not you have selected the wrong *.device and/or unit number.

after that You most add Boot disk, the boot disk has to be on top of the list to be the boot the disk, if it's at the bottom of the list, then Basilisk will not try to boot from it.

Yes I know some thing can be better in the GUI, but once you know how it works its not that bad.
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