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Old 30 October 2009, 20:03   #4
antonvaltaz
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You can do a similar thing as X-Amiga using Windows XP and WinUAE - booting straight into a WinUAE config without seeing the XP logon or Explorer. Someone posted a step-by-step guide recently over at Amiga.org.

Haven't tried it yet, but plan to on a separate partition when I get my new PC!
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