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Old 30 September 2005, 09:34   #2
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Check that 4xEIDE.driver is present in the C directory of your boot partition. Then edit s:startup-sequence and check if 4xEIDE.driver is called. If not, insert it immediately after SetPatch.

Now check that a DosDriver for your CD-ROM is in Devs:DosDrivers. It's usually called CD0 or CD1 or EMERGENCY_CD. If there are two of them, move the one which OS3.9 has added to Storage/DosDrivers.

Now load the remaining DosDriver into a text editor. Check the lines FileSystem=, Device= and Unit= to match your configuration. Filesystem should point to L:AlegroCDFS, device should be scsi.device. Unit depends on where the CD-ROM is connected to and what its jumper settings are: primary master: unit=0; primary slave: unit=1; secondary master: unit=2; secondary slave: unit=3.

Now check if AllegroCDFS is in the L directory.

If all is checked, reboot to see if it works now. If it still does not work (probably because you didn't need to change anything), change the SetPatch line in S:Startup-Sequence to read

SetPatch QUIET SKIPROMUPDATES "scsi.device"

After this change you have to switch off the Amiga because reset-proof resident modules are only changed on a cold start.
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