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Old 16 March 2007, 00:29   #1
Rochabian
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Question CacheCDFS on CD32+SX32????

Hi!!

I've tried to install CacheCDFS (found on OS3.9 CD) to use with my CD32 drive but i'm unable to make it work....
I know that i have to use the tool "KillCD0" to be able to set another CDFS for the drive
But when after setting KillCD0 on startup and installing CacheCDFS ( i've named new drive CD1 of course), when i insert a CD, it just display the CDDA icon of the CD with the name " Non-initialized".........
What am i doing wrong?????
I've succesfully installed AmiCDFS & AsimCDFS but i think the best is CacheCDFS to read CDR burned from PC.That's why i want that it works!!!!!!

Please help..

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Old 16 March 2007, 19:47   #2
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Btw, does CacheCDFS support videoCDs / PhotoCDs correctly ?
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