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Old 17 November 2015, 02:39   #17
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As I understand it, you want to replace the whole Windows boot up with a AmigaOS boot up, right? Well, if you have AmigaForever delivered on a DVD you can use that DVD to boot up your PC direct in a AmigaOS Workbench, but that boot up use first Linux with a Amiga emulator to emulate the AmigaOS. Only AROS and it's Distro's, very similar to AmigaOS, can be installed and run from a cold start on a PC, not AmigaOS itself. In that case use a old PC and not a brand new one. Different OS and architecture inside the machines. Don't bother to try to install a AmigaOS boot up on your real PC harddrive, it won't work and without a recovery partition you have maybe ruined your PC for good.
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