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Old 30 May 2006, 23:31   #13
killergorilla
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Originally Posted by Graham Humphrey
That can't have been the problem though, as the Amiga treats c: and C: the same, indeed for any disk/drawer/file name it doesn't matter whether you use capital or small letters. E.g. if you had a disk called Games then it wouldn't matter if you typed GAMES: or games: or even GaMeS:
This does depend on the filesystem you use and what settings you set with that filesystem, but I agree I doubt that was the problem, as changing the filesystem is a lot harder than installing WHDload
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