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Old 04 October 2014, 22:35   #23

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Originally Posted by Pecosbil View Post
I just upgraded into OS4.1 Classic and I think there seems to be a corrupted file on the CD.

If I try to boot the CD, I get a message "C:BootLoader: bad loadfile hunk" (see attached screenshot). I managed to get it installed through my previous OS4 Classic installation (into a new hard drive image) but the end result is the same.
I downloaded all the updates from Hyperion's website, but sadly none of the archives contain an update to BootLoader (or even the same file). I have copied the file manually from the CD but obviously that don't help much. Also the old BootLoader from OS4 Classic won't help, because it can't load OS4.1 kernel (it loads all the modules from KickLayout, but then gets stuck on the pink screen - which later turns into red).

Could anyone who has a working OS4.1 Classic installation check the correct file size and version information?
bootloader is inside System/C directory.

Its size is 28.7 KB (29,392 bytes).

I was able to install OS4.1 using WinUAE without any problems. I'm waiting for my CyberstormPPC to return from Stachu so that I can finally try it on my A4000T.

Try booting using the floppy disk.
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