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Old 18 November 2017, 11:33   #10
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Heh, I finally gave this thing another go after a few years and found my own thread when googling for help...

I started over, running DiskPart clean in Windows to wipe the hard drive. Then I created a small partition on the drive using WinUAE and installed Workbench on it.

The A3000 still didn't boot from the drive just leaving me with a Kickstart screen. Then I added the "Delay start" jumper on the Acard adapter, and... it booted! I suppose the A3000 SCSI implementation is just slightly on the slow side during boot-up. In any case, the original SCSI drive can be retired

Now, to finally replace that cracked socket...
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