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CryptidWorks 10 January 2021 00:41

Booting Into Software Error After Installing Workbench
 
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Posting here so nobody thinks it's a hardware error like a fried controller since it's WinUAE

I installed Workbench 3.1 to a formatted bootable 500MB partition on a virtual harddisk and now it's booting to this with nothing in the floppy drives. My Config file and images of the install working fine included in the attachments.

Again, sorry if it's a stupid question but I have zero experience with Amiga OSs and their quirks

AMIGASYSTEM 10 January 2021 01:42

You are using an unsuitable configuration, you can't set a 060 on a 3.1 System without libraries that support that CPU.

If you have configured an Amiga 4000 the KickStart must also be native Amiga 4000, also you have not given some Fast RAM.

Don't create the configuration manually, choose the configuration preset by QuickStart. You can choose either an A1200 with $M of Fast Ram, or an A4000/6830 and 8MB of fast.

If you want a faster speed check the JIT

CryptidWorks 10 January 2021 02:12

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Originally Posted by AMIGASYSTEM (Post 1452187)
You are using an unsuitable configuration, you can't set a 060 on a 3.1 System without libraries that support that CPU.

If you have configured an Amiga 4000 the KickStart must also be native Amiga 4000, also you have not given some Fast RAM.

Don't create the configuration manually, choose the configuration preset by QuickStart. You can choose either an A1200 with $M of Fast Ram, or an A4000/6830 and 8MB of fast.

If you want a faster speed check the JIT

THANK YOU

That was it and dropping down to a 68040 with 128MB of Z3 Fast RAM got it to boot into the system.


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