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Old 06 September 2002, 17:08   #1
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Angry WinUAE error

Hello there,

I keep getting an error message when I'm trying to restore the save-state file for WinUAE 0.8.2 R4.

I am loading the save-state file for Wings (wot a game!) using just the default config (no fancy options selected 2MB Ram, Kickstart 1.3. The error states:

runtime error!

program c:\program files\winuae\winuae.exe

This application has requested the runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. Please contact the apps' support team for more info.

Anyone come across this before know how to fix it?

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Old 06 September 2002, 19:33   #2
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Make sure you don't have any fast RAM enabled because currently only chip RAM or slow RAM is supported. (this is fixed in next release)

Also note that "expansion" boards are not supported (harddisks etc..)

Anything special in log before crash?
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Old 06 September 2002, 19:47   #3
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These are the last (I'm assuming the last because it's nearest the ttom of the log file) few lines that were logged in my logfile.

PAL mode, 50Hz
State restored
DMACON: 3f5 INTENA: 603c INTREQ: 17e0 VPOS: 0 HPOS: 0
COP1LC: 0003c2fa, COP2LC: 00027970
Average frame time: 22.564103 ms [frames: 39 time: 880]
WinUAE now inactive via WM_ACTIVATE
WinUAE now active via WM_ACTIVATE

Is that any help?

Thanks for your reply - it's much appreciated.
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Ah the wonders of a PC....I've somehow fixed it by clicking on several random things...thanks for the help anyway!
Old 06 September 2002, 21:12   #5
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Originally posted by Toni Wilen
Make sure you don't have any fast RAM enabled because currently only chip RAM or slow RAM is supported. (this is fixed in next release)

Also note that "expansion" boards are not supported (harddisks etc..)
And don't forget that WinUAE doesn't check for space to write the save-state file to yet!
I had this problem once ... by accident, I saved on a partition with only 1 MB free (!), and got a very bad crash of the whole system because WinUAE was, of course, trying to load a CORRUPT save-state file! This is serious and can mean trouble at times.
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