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Old 01 June 2016, 21:51   #1
BlankVector
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ROM requires a 68020 with EmuTOS

With recent WinUAE versions, I can't run EmuTOS with 68000 anymore. When I try to do so, I get a WinUAE message: "The selected system ROM requires a 68020 with 32-bit addressing or 68030 or higher CPU.". This is definitely wrong for EmuTOS. Worse of all, that message box can't by bypassed. The only solution is to kill the WinUAE task.

Actually, at startup, EmuTOS detects the actual CPU by trying advanced instructions and catching eventual exceptions. Maybe this is what triggers this message.

Maybe the best solution would be to detect EmuTOS at WinUAE startup and and disable those errors? Or at least add add an option to disable that message?
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