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Old 07 August 2020, 19:34   #1
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3.1.4 CD0 mounting issue

I am helping my buddy with his A2000 build. He has a zeus card with a scsi controller he has connected to a V6 scsitosd card and 3.1.4 ROMS and the OS installed. All working great.
He has a CDROM hooked up in the scsi chain.
If we drag the CD0 device in the Devs/dosdrivers/ directory (with the proper tooltype setting of course) the system will always crash on startup.
If we boot up and then double click on the CD0 icon in storage after the system boots up it mounts the CD and works fine.
If we try adding it to the user-startup it also crashes on boot up.
Any idea what could be causing this timing issue?
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Old 07 August 2020, 19:54   #2
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What happens if you mount it from the shell instead the workbench? How much stack does it have? What does SnoopDos say?
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