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Old 21 January 2002, 18:59   #4
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I may be wrong but logically, WinUAE allocates a part of your PC's memory as it is configured in the RAM settings. Under WinUAE, Ram Disk resides in the emulated memory which is actually somewhere within the "real" memory of the PC that is being allocated by WinUAE. Acting like a real amiga, Ram Disk resides in Chip Ram in default (or fast ram, I don't know I never had any fast ram) since this emulated Chip Ram is a part of the real RAM of your PC that is allocated by WinUAE, it disappears when you reset the emulated amiga or shut WinUAE down. And I know about the grammatical mistakes in this pharagraph
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