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Old 01 January 2018, 17:38   #1
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FS-UAE: How to swap Disks properly?

Hi all,

Wish you happy new year! I am wondering how disk can be properly swapped with FS-UAE. I want to play Barbarian II and Running Man - both games have a second disk but I am not able to load when the game is asking to insert Disk 2. I am playing on a MacBook Pro.

I am using two virtual disk drives but Disk 2 won‘t be loaded automatically. Is this a problem caused by the cracked games or am I doing a mistake?

Thanks for your help!

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Old 03 January 2018, 11:15   #2
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It might be that those games does not support two floppy drives, so:

You must specify all disks game uses to "disk list" before starting emulator. And when emulator is running, press F12, then change disk to DF0 drive

Are you using FS-UAE Launcher? It is really easy to configure with it, you just need to add all game disks to Floppy list. And, if you log on to OAGD.net, you will get configurations automatically for those (and many many more) games.
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