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Old 04 September 2009, 01:46   #5
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Originally Posted by asm1 View Post
Hi

I've got a Blizzard 1260, so Blizzkick should be workable......


I'll read the guide, but was struggling at first glance

cheers

Andrew
If it's only the speedyide module you're after, you can do the following:

- Install blizkick (see the installation section in the guide)

- Put the following line in the beginning of your startup-sequence (could be you have to put it after the setpatch command):

c:blizkick * QUIET MODULE speedyide

It could be you must specify the EXTRESBUF option (see the guide for explanation):
C:blizkick * EXTRESBUF=15000 QUIET MODULE speedyide

Edit: Just checked the guide: speedyide doesn't require any romspace, so the EXTRESBUF option is not needed.

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