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Old 25 April 2009, 01:03   #1
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EasyAdf Alternatives?

Is there any alternatives to easy adf to burn ADFS. Im having touble with MAN UTD the Double. Keeps saying insert program disk when its in there.

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Try TSGui.

http://thomas-rapp.homepage.t-online.de/download.html
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Old 25 April 2009, 11:45   #3
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Thanks Retro, tried that. It must be the ADF then. But it works in winuae which is strange?
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But it works in winuae which is strange?
Are you sure that you set the same config like your real machine? Which ADF do you use (CRC would be best way to identify it) ?
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Old 25 April 2009, 12:00   #5
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Im using
Manchester United - The Double (19xx)(Krisalis Software)(Disk 1 of 2).adf
and tried german version
Lothar Matthaeus Super Soccer (1994)(Krisalis Software)(De)[cr PDY](Disk 1 of 2).adf


I used easyadf and tsgui to put on real floppy and both keep telling me tp put in program disk.

Its a 1994 game so I dont think my accelarator is causing it.

i used 1200 config with both 8mb fast then i tried 16mb z3 fast.
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Just written back the both Manchester United - The Double (19xx)(Krisalis Software) disks. I can play it without issues, but the game seems way too fast on an A1200 with a 030 card.

Maybe you have a dodgy real disk, try another one.
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Thanks for trying Retro. I have tried 4 different disks, 2 of them were blank. I just bought the original, becuase i played it on winuae today and I liked it. I think ill have to "2" key my blizzard so it doesnt play fast when I get it then, but its quite fast anyway. I played SWOS after and it was like slow motion
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Play SWOS, forget the rest. Even Mr. Miyagi would suggest it.
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I do mate! But its too easy for me now. I am modest man, but im just too good . 14 Years I have been playing it. I also play Goal! too but it gets boring after a few matches. Same with European Champions. So I thought I would try MU-TD and I like it. And it has little pixel men which makes it even better for me.
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SWOS is a multi-player legend. Invite some friends, have fun. Matches against the computer are boring.
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