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Old 19 September 2017, 11:14   #1221
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I use don_adan's scsi.device, it's rather good:

http://wt.exotica.org.uk/test.html

I use LoadModule to load that from DEVS:
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Old 19 September 2017, 11:24   #1222
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Spudje:
You need to use the loadmodule command (and tell it to not reboot, as setpatch will reboot anyway)
Then tell setpatch to not update scsi.device, as you tried before.
43.45 is on aminet in patch form, it's included in classicwb in pre-patched form. (myfiles drawer)

Don adan's patch might work but I'd consider it experimental.
(He didn't even know which version his patched version is based on, and was unable to tell me its basic features when I asked for info for my little FAQ)
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Old 19 September 2017, 12:50   #1223
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@fgh, thanks!!! That sounds like some helpful info. Where can I find that scsi.device version? And do I simply put it in devs and setpatch will use it?
Here's the file to patch your 43.43 version:
http://aminet.net/package/driver/media/SCSI4345p

If you have ClassicWB it should also be located there ready to go in sys:Myfiles/LargeHD/128GB_Support/SCSI_V43.45_ChrisToni/A4000IDE.scsi.device.43.45

You'll need to loadmodule it like:
loadmodule devs:A4000IDE.scsi.device.43.45 REVERSE NOREBOOT
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Old 19 September 2017, 20:38   #1224
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I can confirm that scsi.device v43.45 as found in BoingBag 4 works fine with IDEFix.
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Old 19 September 2017, 21:24   #1225
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I can confirm that scsi.device v43.45 as found in BoingBag 4 works fine with IDEFix.
Not to get too off topic, but why would you need IDEFix if you have a scsi.device that already supports big drives?
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Old 19 September 2017, 21:44   #1226
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Er... I never really thought about it! If it works, leave it alone tends to be my motto. IDEFix useful for atapi.device too.
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Old 19 September 2017, 21:46   #1227
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To support a 2nd IDE cable But indeed let's get back to topic (soon as I don't have time to test at the moment).
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Old 19 September 2017, 22:07   #1228
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Er... I never really thought about it! If it works, leave it alone tends to be my motto. IDEFix useful for atapi.device too.
I have an IDE CDROM hooked up to my motherboard IDE with SCSI.device 43.45 and it works fine. I get that part of it, but if someone has CSPPC the onboard SCSI is 10x faster. IDE CDROM is cheap and doesn't have to be fast so I get that part of it, and from what I could tell wouldn't work with the built in scsi.device.
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