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Old 07 January 2017, 04:54   #18
Pat the Cat
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Originally Posted by idrougge View Post
They don't have any boot track and you can't "install CC0:" because they aren't mounted on CC0:. CC0: is for old-style PCMCIA flash and SRAM cards and not for compact flash cards, which instead use CF0: which defaults to using FAT filesystem. You can't install an Amiga bootblock on that, and you can't boot from the anyway since the driver isn't ROM resident.
quote my full response. I said, it depends how the CF attached to the Amiga. If it is going to be attached to a PCMCIA card slot, it makes a difference, does have a boot track, and you can kiss my ass.

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Originally Posted by idrougge View Post

…and you can't boot from the anyway since the driver isn't ROM resident.
Uhuh, again, quote my response, it depends where the CF is attached to the Amiga, If it is going to be attached to a PCMCIA card slot, it makes a difference, does have a boot track, and you can kiss my ass.

There is a lot of ambiguity in the OP, don't take it as read that your solid state solution to a booting Amiga from a solid state device is the only one.
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