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Old 15 October 2003, 16:42   #1
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Heart of China

I loaded Heart of China (original disks) on my A1200 HD (blizzard 030/50 16mb ram) ok but when I went to play it the sound was ok but the screen was all screwed up (using a nec 3ds monitor with commodore vga adapter).

Is it a accelerator problem, or does it not like to run on an AGA machine? How do you set an a1200 to be a a500?

I have a A500 I can play this game on but its 9 disks and I dont have a hard drive on that unit (and its not setup either).
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Old 15 October 2003, 16:50   #2
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Try boot Amiga without startup-sequence and disable AGA chipset and Processor cache. If You can't boot like this because You are using monitor driver for for example DBPal You should try to make script that will exacly the same. Use programs like SetChipRev and CPU.
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