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Old 12 November 2015, 20:37   #18
Toni Wilen
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Join Date: Aug 2001
Location: Hämeenlinna/Finland
Age: 42
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Yes, it is, 256M memory allocation failed. Memory usage of course changes between versions, new winuae.exe is larger, compiler has been updated and so on.

I also said it is not caused by amount of RAM but amount of address space. Anything more than 256M contiguous Amiga address space under XP can get unreliable. Perhaps something like "winuae.exe -maxmem 128" "fixes" it.

Anyway, XP support only includes basic features. Accelerator boards are not basic features.
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