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Old 01 December 2010, 03:24   #1
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Installing problems (WHDLoad on HD)

Hi,

i've created a folder for using him as HD in WinUAE and copied WHDLoad to it.

Booting from WB3.1... goto HD... start WHDLoad install...

Selected "C"... after some seconds the install program tells me "WB3.1 is full"

So what to do? Make the HD bootable and install the WB3.1 to it instead of launching every time with the WB3.1 disc?

Thanks,
1988

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Old 01 December 2010, 04:23   #2
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is WB installed to the HD?
If not, it is trying to install WHDLoad onto a the floppy drive, since that is where "C:" is.

This guide: http://guide.abime.net/home3.htm

should be very useful.
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Old 01 December 2010, 21:46   #3
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I have created 2 hd disks. One as a file for Workbench installation and the other as an folder to store files in it. Try to add as primary new file hdd image and then install the Wb on it.
 
 


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