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Old 26 May 2019, 20:45   #8
Toni Wilen
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Join Date: Aug 2001
Location: Hämeenlinna/Finland
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eaff60 != ebff60.

I think you must have misunderstood, it is working as designed.

- Find the board
- Read long word from board+$48
- Value is base address of UAE boot ROM (replaces old $f00000, in your case it is $eb0000 but of course can change if there are other boards)

The rest works the same:

Add $ff60 to ROM base. (In your case it is $ebff60) This MUST be calculated, do not use hardcoded values. There is no guarantee it is base+64k in the future. Do not also assume it is always Z2 board.

$f00000 ROM is obsolete (and not very Amiga like), it will go away in the future.
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