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Old 22 July 2015, 17:18   #128
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Originally Posted by modrobert View Post
C:ACATune -maprom * -cache on -burst on -vbrmove
The command above fails for me.
Thanks for the report. I do know that ACAtune isn't the best source basis to work with, but this bug wasn't reported before. Also, thanks for the workaround.

Originally Posted by modrobert View Post
Also, if you use the 'setpatch' binary from MMU lib without actually loading MMU lib at boot, then 'acatune -status' fail to recognize the card properly, giving a completely different ACA model number running at different MHz.
The "common ACA register interface" uses addresses "between the CIA chips", which the MMU lib may block. I'll contact Thor for a fix - thanks for the report.

Originally Posted by modrobert View Post
If these type of problems gets mixed in with the critical part of unlocking a licensed feature, then say hello to support meltdown and alienating your fans (aka customers).
Won't happen - licensing is handled by a separate tool called "ACAcontrol", and it does not use the common ACA register interface. All licensing is handled through a 64k autoconfig memory space. The tool is written from scratch, without the hacks that were required to make ACAtune.

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