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Old 25 October 2012, 10:17   #65
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Originally Posted by strim View Post
Amiga IDE controllers don't use DMA at all, that's why this value doesn't make any sense for them .

I can imagine you could have Zorro II DMA SCSI controller with badly written driver that would try to do DMA to Fast outside 24-bit area. Then you would use the mask value to prevent it from accessing this Fast RAM...
Aha! Thanks for the explanation! But never heard about such Controllers.

BTW! Good morning strim
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