View Single Post
Old 20 August 2009, 02:59   #10
NovaCoder
Registered User
NovaCoder's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Melbourne/Australia
Posts: 3,438
Quote:
Originally Posted by illy5603 View Post
Thanks for the reply,

Ok I downloaded the file and now have scsi_44.2_a1200.pch sitting on my DH1: work area. So where does this go? Does it require more software to run?

The problem I am having is that people are describing all of these things that in and of themselves don't work without another application that sometimes requires ANOTHER application to kick stuff up to another application.

All I have is an Amiga 1200 with ClassicWB (3.1 OS W/3.1 Roms on board) on a CF card and that is it. No boing bags, no 3.9 patched boot ROMS, no other applications outside of my BBS software.

What do I need to do to make this work?
Hiya,

scsi.device resides in your ROM.

I think you have 2 options.

1) Extract your scsi.device from your ROM and then apply the patch 'scsi_44.2_a1200.pch' to it, this will create a version 44.2 scsi.device. Then you need another application (a BlizKick equivalent, sorry don't know what they are called) to push this updated scsi.device to FASTRAM.

2) You could use SETPATCH to patch your ROM version of scsi.device using the 'scsi_44.2_a1200.pch' which means it will also reside in FASTRAM.
NovaCoder is offline  
 
Page generated in 0.05716 seconds with 9 queries