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Old 30 September 2008, 16:29   #161
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Hi exoticaga. All CUCD i have are now repacked and reupped. Deleted the old, none packed CD's on the server. Boy, we miss a lot of the CUCD's and AACD's 1-3 and number 18. Any fill's someone?

I had almost all AACD's and have upped all i have. I have AACD 18, but im not sure if it's broken. If someone could test it on a real Amiga, i would upload both CD's of AACD 18 i have.
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Old 01 October 2008, 08:48   #162
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My bootblock collection has been uploaded to the FTP under 'Amiga Bootblocks'. Magix or any mod please feel free to remove the viruses or the whole lot if your see fit.

To me a while to aquire that lot
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Old 01 October 2008, 09:46   #163
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Thanks for the upload jasonver2.0
Will have a look at them in the next days
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Old 01 October 2008, 13:06   #164
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wheres the warning about the virus`s on the bootblocks ?
to mi mind you seem in considerat knowing that these files are infected but posting without telling ppl such
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Old 01 October 2008, 13:24   #165
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In both posts he said that there are viruses on the bootblocks and there is a '-- README FIRST --.txt' on the FTP that warns of it, so I think there is quite a warning provided
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Old 01 October 2008, 13:33   #166
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did`t see read me, still would be nice knowing which files were safe and which had a virus also which virus it was

ok forget that finaly had a look @ files plus extsion
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Old 01 October 2008, 13:35   #167
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All files should be checked prior to posting on the zone 'n' if the warnings are there then great . Always read the "README" they always give you important info
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Old 01 October 2008, 13:44   #168
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I added '(use at own risk!)' to the directory name I hope now nobody will put them on a disk and afterwards blame jasonver2.0 for not mentioning that there was a virus on the bootblock.
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Old 02 October 2008, 08:08   #169
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All viruses *should* have the word 'virus' at the end, I put that text file there for people who have problems reading filenames :P
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Old 02 October 2008, 19:35   #170
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I downloaded the - All Bootblocks.lha file and the -- README FIRST --.txt only.

As unsure if they could infect windows xp pc. Whilst the files are downloaded, or while on hdd.

Are they ok to transfer and have on hdd as they are now. Or better to have only the
- All Bootblocks.lha file and the -- README FIRST -- files in the folder.

Is a virus just another virus, that is ready to attack a pc, whether it is 8bit, 32bit or any other bit ?

Is a virus more protected from os and user hdd's if it is in a container such as .lha .rar .zip .7z so on ?.

If not, then no worries leaving files as they are on the ftp.
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Old 02 October 2008, 19:46   #171
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These are Amiga viruses and doesn't affect your PC exoticaga You have to get them on a Amiga disk and boot it to have the effect. They have no actual use, so don't mess with them if you aren't curious to know what they do...
Oh and of course only use them in WinUAE. Shut down WinUAE after you used any of these disks to ensure to important disk image gets infected
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Thanks for xp vs amiga virus info tcd.
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Old 06 October 2008, 16:50   #173
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Hi All

I have made a request of "Alien Breed 3D CD32" in the "CD32/_Requests.txt".

Hope I done it correct.
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Hi Lumby,

yes you've come to the right place for asking I will try to find it and hope someone else who has it can upload it for you
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Old 07 October 2008, 20:31   #175
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Hi Lumby,

just ripped AB3D CD32 from my origininal CD into a BIN/CUE file and
uploading now to the FTP Server. Should be finished in about 1.5 hours.
Hope it works.

Have fun!
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Thank you very much ratterpat I was trying to find it and one really slow eMule file is all I could get
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Have you forgotten to upload them tunes in other formats to the FTP server or will I be waiting till Xmas
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Have you forgotten to upload them tunes in other formats to the FTP server or will I be waiting till Xmas
Oh, erm, there was something... Doing it right now mate Guess it's up in one hour or so
Edit : Let's say 15 minutes
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Thanks TCD, looking forward to uploading them which will take about 12hrs
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Old 08 October 2008, 10:36   #180
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Hi Lumby,

just ripped AB3D CD32 from my origininal CD into a BIN/CUE file and
uploading now to the FTP Server. Should be finished in about 1.5 hours.
Hope it works.

Have fun!

Thank you very much!
For Alien Breed 3D (CD32)
I'am downloading it right now, so now I know what I should play tonight.
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