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Old 26 November 2011, 12:13   #1

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Skarla - When we ride on 060 problem

i just got hold of an Blizzard 1260 with 16mb from a colleague at work to try out. I replaced my old 030 blizzard, and did an install of OS 3.9 with Boing Bag 1,2, and 3. I added the latest 060 libraries from the phase 5 archive at http://phase5.a1k.org/index.php?driverslibraries

At first it seems to work fine:
*Sysinfo tells me it's an 040, but says it has an fpu, mmu and all, and gives me very very high computing power
*Sysspeed tells me its an 060, fpu and mmu.
I also notice the speed ups in wb and so on. POWER! but....

The problem:
When i'm trying to run the whdloadversion of Skarla - When we ride, it tells me - must have an FPU?
What could be the problem? From Sysspeed and Sysinfo i'm positive that i have an FPU.
Whdload version is 16.x something, but the demo should work with that..
Anyone have any ideas of what could be wrong?

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Old 27 November 2011, 01:57   #2

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Solved! By an upgrade of whdload...sorry, should have tried this before asking..
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