Originally Posted by MethodGit
Er, I know. I was actually asking if things like editing the NVRAM or saving NVRAM saves to individual files was possible under WinUAE yet?
WinUAE emulates hardware and only sees bits read/written to NVRAM. Use some Amiga utility or something if you really want that.
That "cd32 emu" isn't emulator which is the reason it sees OS-level files (and it won't work with anything that hits the hardware, most cd32 games are system friendly = works)
ADDED: it can be done but 1) it is GUI programming 2) I am not interested.