Originally Posted by Schoenfeld
The Elbox FastATA will not fit with Indivision AGA or Indivision AGA MK2. I have severe trouble downsizing my IDE-fix SATA concept, so it will at least fit with Indivision AGA MK2.
I already have a FastATA MKII and a MKIII. I'm waiting for the new Idefix to use with my BPPC if it can get those 9-10mb/sec (that is the same you can get with an ACARD, just 'cause of the limit in the BPPC through SCSI).
EDIT: Actually I'm using Pio5 with 9,475.084 mb/s with a 1230/56 ACA using PFS3 and the Bugfix Update.
Originally Posted by Oliver_A
New Bugfix Update !
I have written a new beta version of ACATune tool, which should make most ACA1230-56Mhz users very happy, because it fixes the following issues:
- Ram (especially RAD disks) is now reset-proof (currently Kick 3.1 or greater only)
- IDE drives recognized after MAPROM
In order to activate this feature, the Kickstart ROM needs to be patched after MAPROM. This is done by using the new "p" option. For example:
acatune -maprom * p (internal ROM)
acatune -maprom <kickfile> p (external ROM file)
After installing the patch, the Amiga takes a little longer to boot. In exchange, all of the issues should be fixed.
Update: this update now supports patching 1MB Roms. Be sure that the area in file offset $7ffa6-$7ffe7 is free and not occupied by any ROM module