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Old 20 July 2017, 14:20   #36
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OK, the cause is the updated scsi.device ( which is used if you choose A4000D and specify that you want SCSI.device updated. Without an MMU it will not work, but this is not mentioned in the scsi patch's readme.

BTW generally emulator uses should choose "Other" as the model as they don't need scsi.device updated. But this is only mentioned if you press the Help button at that point in the installer.

Either doing a reinstall and choosing "Other" as the model, or just copying over Files2/S/startup-sequence.none or Files4/S/startup-sequence.none to s:startup-sequence (depending on whether you installed the contributions (4) or not (2)), will fix the problem.

I have submitted a formal bug report.

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