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Old 16 May 2020, 17:26   #4
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You're welcome. I have a few different configs also. You sorta have a bunch or do have a bunch? Ask yourself what you want to do. You may have a bunch of configs for WinUAE, or a lot or a little.

Aside from choosing Picasso 4 (IV) Zorro 3 (III) you'll then have to install Picasso96 2.0 from Aminet to have the display. That contains the Main System which the Monitors use. For general use, just pick Picasso IV Zorro III for an Amiga 4000 and don't change any RTG settings until you're comfortable.

WinUAE comes with UAEGfx. When or before Picaso96 2.0 is installed you'll have to copy it from WinUAE's directory to the Amiga side (emulation). Same you'd have to do with an A1200 emulation.

In CD and Hard Drives use "Add a directory or Archive" and then select the WinUAE root directory. Disable bootable. Don't forget to name it. Device Name/Volume Label may have the same names. Or different. When done, the Amiga emulation will see it..and you'll have access like a normal Amiga floppy or Hard Drive.
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