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Old 15 March 2010, 01:26   #8
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The RAM disk is a virtual disk in RAM, so when you shut down your Amiga the contents are lost.

Before you shut down your Amiga, or before you double-click the Amiga Explorer icon on the RAM disk, copy it to your boot floppy if there's room, then you can run it from the boot disk the next time you need it.

Make a copy of your boot disk and copy the Amiga Explorer application to that instead. Then, not only will you preserve your original boot floppy, but if there's not enough free space on the disk for it, you can delete some unwanted files first.
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