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Old 02 May 2003, 22:18   #1
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creating CD32 stuff...

take a look at this link...

http://hol.abime.net/?id=1904

this is a home made CD32 title...

right!!!

is it possible to create your own CD32 cds.... for example

could i somehow, using WinUAE create a load of ermm, stuff, and then put it on a CDR so i can boot it on a CD32?

any info would be great
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If you want the CD to boot you'll have to make sure the ISO image is built using Commodores developer KIT which places a CDTV.TM/CD32.TM in part of the ISO.

It doesn't matter which software you use to Burn the image but to create it you have to use the developer kit otherwise the CD32 can read it but not boot from it.

Theres at least one compilation I know of (with a sequal on its way). Other discussions are here:
http://www.total-amiga.com/Vbulletin...?s=&forumid=22
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thx 4 the link & info
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