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Old 01 January 2016, 12:55   #10

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Originally Posted by Toni Wilen View Post
It looks like this really needs a special case where emulation works differently than in real world, Z3 RAM is very common setting in emulation.
Or perhaps enforce a fix whereby if Z2/3 RAM is added then Motherboard/CPU RAM is automatically set to a minimum of 1MB? If this is the behaviour of a real Amiga then it seems a shame to make an emulation 'special case' when everything else is designed to replicate the hardware as closely as possible..?

It'd be nice to confirm this guru happens on the actual hardware though - sadly my A4000 bit the dust a long time ago - luckily it's been preserved in WinUAE
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