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Old 03 December 2016, 11:58   #6
BlankVector
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I forgot to say that my USB drive has MBR+FAT16 partition. So Windows automatically mounts it. Then it is consistent with Microsoft documentation: writes to physical device are denied to WinUAE because the partition is already mounted by Windows. Of course this doesn't happen with AmigaOS partitions, as Windows can't mount them.

This occurs:
- when I run WinUAE normally
- when I run WinUAE with "run as admin"
- when I set any compatibility mode in the shortcut

IMHO the right solution is that WinUAE should lock the physical devices in exclusive mode when it uses it.
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