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Old 04 August 2020, 21:29   #1
heerschop
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WinUAE 4.4.0 unable to write to CF Card fix?

I was also having a problem with WinUAE 4.4.0 when creating partitions on my CF Card.
After some experimentation I found a setting to set the HD controller to full drive/RDB Mode.
This fixed my problem. I am now able to partition my CF card with version 4.4.0.
To set the full drive / RDB mode:
- clean the CF card with diskpart
- run WinUAE as an administrator
- add the CF card as a hard drive. When selecting the CF card there should stand [UNK] in front of it. If not then make sure you cleaned the card with diskpart.
- after selecting the CF card set IDE (auto) and click add hard drive
- click on the CF card and choose properties
- you now should see a button "full drive/RDB mode" after HD controller:
- click this button to enable
- click oke


After I enable this "full drive/RDB mode" I was able to create the partitions on my CF Card.
Make sure the card is cleaned. You should see [UNK] in front of your card when you select it as a hard drive in WinUAE.
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