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Old 12 June 2017, 13:52   #2
SnkBitten
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If you use IDE 600/1200/4000, HDToolBox would use scsi.device.

I've done this numerous times, setting up large drives (250 GB) and CF Cards for both my A4000D and A4000T. WinUAE makes it extremely easy as I can use a fully patched scsi.device and latest HDToolBox to properly see/partition the drive. I use an already configured/running WinUAE configuration and add the new drive to it. Once it's partitioned and ready I'll create a new WinUAE config for the hardware I'm going to be using (emulating my A4000D or my A4000T) and install to the hard drive. I typically just setup the first partition at around 3.9 GB for boot and then install OS and patches and then move it over to an actual physical system and setup the rest of the partitions.

You may have to edit the HDToolBox tooltype to be Device=scsi.device when you setup the config as IDE A600/A1200/A4000.
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