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Old 12 April 2017, 22:13   #13
DamienD
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Just got back home from work... for my own sanity really, thought I'd revisit this after some comments made today...

All done in WinUAE obviously as that's my only Amiga. The process followed was:
  • Use a suitable configuration (AGA / 68030 / 2MB Chip & 8MB Fast RAM).
  • Add in freshly installed "Classic WB Lite 3.1" .HDF.
  • Mount the CD image and start.
  • In "DirOpus" create a folder on the hard drive called "Foundation".
  • Copy "FoundationPrefs" from the mounted CD-ROM to the above folder.
  • Run "FoundationPrefs" and select all options under "Installation":


  • After completion, press <F12> to bring up WinUAE's GUI, eject the mounted CD-ROM and reset.
  • Double-click on "FoundationPrefs", set "PAL: Low Res" and "Save".
  • Double-click on "FoundationAGA", see the first "Sadness" screen, followed by the "Paul Berkley..." screen, then oh no:


  • Cancel, then in "Shell" change into the "Foundation" folder and type Assign Foundation: "".
  • Double-click on "FoundationAGA", see the first "Sadness" screen, followed by the "Paul Berkley..." screen, then again oh no:



  • Press <F12> to bring up WinUAE's GUI, re-mounted CD image and reset.
  • Double-click on "FoundationAGA", see the first "Sadness" screen, followed by the "Paul Berkley..." screen, then the "Introduction" followed by the game options. All good!!!
As far as I can tell the CD-ROM needs to be there for the original install... Maybe it's different after applying the patches?

Anyway, so guys, please do tell what I'm obviously going wrong?!?
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