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Old 16 January 2017, 21:28   #28
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Now I understand: you fear that the user trashes his Windows partitions by mistake with WinUAE, right?

There are actually 2 different notions:

1) Mounting
Of course, it's up to you to decide which drives are allowed to be mounted in WinUAE.

2) Locking
But when you have decided to mount a disk in WinUAE, you should always lock all partitions. By locking, you ensure that no one will mess your data from outside. Also, locking prevents you to use (and mess) a drive which is already mounted somewhere else (i.e. Windows filesystem).
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