Thread: WinUAE in XP
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Old 02 November 2002, 23:05   #3
Syko
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Problem 1: you probably have "add PC drives at start-up" selected - this will cause the CDROM drive to be 'grabed' by WinUAE for use by amiga.

Solution: don't play CD's when loading WinUAE

Problem 2: This is a new feature for the latest release, it is taking the video output from WinUAE and recording it direct to disk - this requires FAST CPU, lots of RAM, FAST HD - just like a video capture system... since WinUAE also needs lots of CPU and RAM one of them loses out

Solution: buy faster CPU, more RAM, faster HD, win lottery to pay for them... mr_0rga5m is using P4-1.8 with 1GB RAM - this should be seen a minimum spec for doing this!
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