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Old 02 May 2003, 20:25   #1
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for rattus - re workbench-

Hi ratty
I was looking at the classicWB site.
I've my WB3.0/3.1 disks (both)
My A1200 only have 2 chips RAM: no expansion, no graphic card.
Have you got the same config?
Wich ClassicWB have U installed? the Full one, lite, or ADV?

Old 05 May 2003, 15:02   #2
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My A1200 has 2MB Chip RAM on the motherboard and 16MB Fast RAM on a Blizzard 1230-IV Accelerator card that fits into the expansion slot underneath the machine. I use ClassicWB Full Version.

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Old 05 May 2003, 15:43   #3

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Read the text files I've provided on that page. With a 2MB A1200, I'd go with the WB lite.

It'll run faster and leave you with about the same amount of RAM shown in it's screen grab - about 1.6MB which should be enough for most WHDload games.

The other versions will run slower due to lack of fast ram and leave you with a measle amount of free memory after boot.
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