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Old 22 October 2016, 07:00   #32
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Originally Posted by demolition View Post
I am running on a real Amiga (so no JIT) with a Vampire, and supposedly it should not be necessary to reserve memory with the latest core. On an older core, FUSION would complain if I had not run RsvrWarm, but now it seems to start fine and it also boots into MacOS.
No, you *must* use RsrvWarm with ALL setups - real, UAE, or FPGA based. The mechanism of doing FUSION's RsrvWarm was removed from the Vampire core (after I pointed out that it moves the VBR and that interferes with many games) in SILVER7. It also wasn't the correct mechanism so that caused Mac compatibility issues. So, you should be using the latest Vampire core and you will need to make sure that the *very first* line in your startup-sequence is:

RsrvWarm >NIL:

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