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Old 22 July 2007, 00:22   #5
Zetr0
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I had this problem with both an a1200 as well as more recently my a600. the way to fix this problem is to remove that line form the startup. it wont hurt anything. and devices will still be able to be intialized on boot up.


to do this just start your computer with no startup-sequence and then when prompted type

ed s:startup-sequence

remove or ';' the add idefix on startup... it might be wise also to ';' out the activate crossdoss too..

for a final note, i would also just double check you s:user-startup to see if anything from idefix has been added there.


If memory serves it all comes down to a problem with set patch, i just cannot remember for the life of me the other way to sort it out.... been a while...
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