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StarEye 19 January 2012 16:50

Where did my installation go?
 
I rarely use WinUAE, but I had ClassicWB installed just for that rare occasion, and it's been a while since I used it. Last time I used it was up to 6 months ago or so, but now when I load up winuae and look for a configuration, none of them are called classicwb and I can't find anything like that anywhere. Only configuration files I can find are the preinstalled A1200 and A4000 ones, and they want me to install ClassicWB again every time. I know I have it installed, because the game I played last in ClassicWB is still installed in the HARDDRIVE folder (Syndicate).

So, I guess the question is, why does ClassicWB want to start over every time? I assume because I use the wrong configuration, but why in the hell isn't that automatically saved after installing the first time?

Bloodwych 19 January 2012 20:47

You are right in thinking after the initial install and asking for Workbench disks, then it never again needs installing.

I don't have an answer for you as I have no way of knowing what you've been doing on your PC or how it's set up. Sounds like you're using the UAE version.

Check that the HDF's aren't read only - perhaps it's a file permission issue on your PC?

StarEye 19 January 2012 21:36

Oops, never mind, for some reason I forgot to check out the other configs, and apparently I installed it with an A4000 Normal configuration, not on the A1200 config. Since I always use an A1200 config, I assume I did this time as well, but ok.

Sorry for wasting your time. :P

Bloodwych 20 January 2012 12:30

No problem, that's what the forum is for. :)

Glad you got it sorted.


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