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Old 01 January 2017, 00:27   #6
Foebane
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Got it working!

It's not a WinUAE issue, but an original Amiga hardware issue. Turns out the solution was in the readme file for the demo after all: it says that for slower drives, typing in "addbuffers (device) 200" in the Shell solves the problem entirely - I tried this and it worked! And if it worked for this, then it will work for others, too.

Well, all I can say is: when all else fails, RTFM!
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