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Old 19 February 2014, 20:00   #41
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WinUAE says this:
Total physical RAM 3962M, all RAM 7239M. Attempting to reserve: 769M.
Reserved: 0x37F00000-0x68000000 (30100000 769M)

Maybe WinUAE tried to reserve a larger amount, but silently fell back to 769MB when the initial request failed?
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Old 19 February 2014, 20:02   #42
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Try -maxmem x command line parameter where x is memory size in megabytes. (for example -maxmem 1280)
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Old 20 February 2014, 13:29   #43
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Hmmm strange, I can't get that to work. Running WinUAE with -maxmem 1280 -log, there is this in the log output:
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EXE: 'C:\Program Files\WinUAE\', DATA: 'C:\users\Public\Documents\Amiga Files\WinUAE\', PLUGIN: 'C:\Program Files\WinUAE\plugins\'
'-maxmem 1280 -log'
params:
1: '-maxmem'
2: '1280'
3: '-log'
Total physical RAM 3962M, all RAM 7435M. Attempting to reserve: 769M.
Reserved: 0x37F00000-0x68000000 (30100000 769M)
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Old 21 February 2014, 15:26   #44
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Should really work now. (-maxmem wasn't allowed to increase limit if 32-bit Windows, only to lower it)
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Old 21 February 2014, 19:29   #45
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Running the latest winuae.exe with -maxmem 1280 NetBSD 1.0 now finds the A4091, but for some reason isn't able to boot from it.
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Old 21 February 2014, 20:07   #46
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I tested using 1.1, not 1.0. It seems 1.0 has different way for testing if sync mode is available and there was still one SCSI phase mismatch condition that returned wrong 53C720+ status bit. Fixed.
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Old 29 June 2014, 19:46   #47
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When you have both A2091 and A4091 enabled, is there any way to choose which controller the SCSI0-SCSI6 HDFs use?
This is finally possible in next version. All driver supported combinations will be possible, even A3000 + A2091 + A4091 combination will work (=already works).

Note that it won't be possible to have multiple A2091 or A4091 boards enabled. (Not sure if it is worth the trouble, perhaps max two identical boards may be possible in future..)

EDIT: Ignore what I said above, two A590/A2091 and two A4091 boards are now supported.

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