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Old 16 November 2002, 02:28   #1
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CDrom problem...Help me please!!

I dowload and test the new winuae0822R2
I use WindowsXP-Home

IDE 0 :
Master - hdd
Slave - hdd

IDE 1 :
Master - CDRom
Slave - CDRW

winuae fail to detect cd units, cachecdfs finddevice dont detect cdrom drivers in uaescsi.device

tested configurations:
all possible combinations on/off checmarc uaescsi.device
all possible combinations on/off checmarc add-pc drivers-startup

Any help or solution suggestion will be well received
Old 16 November 2002, 03:38   #2
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You will need uaescsi.device checked, but not "add PC drives". It stopped being used for CDROMs a while back

Under MISC tab, turn on Create Log File.

Run WinUAE.

Quit WinUAE.

Open winuaelog.txt with whatever.

I don't have an IDE CD-ROM, so you'll have to do some reading. In mine, there's a section like this:
CREATIVE DVD5241E         B.45 = uaescsi.device:400
PLEXTOR  CD-ROM PX-40TW   1.04 = uaescsi.device:803
That tells you exactly the info you need. Re-run WinUAE, and modify /Devs/DOSDrivers/CD0. Change the Device to "uaescsi.device" and the Unit to whatever unit number your error log says. Save it. Re-boot the Amiga.
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Old 18 November 2002, 02:02   #3
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I don't even bother trying to mount CD drives.

I just set the CD as a new harddrive by choosing it as a partition. Works fine for me with apps and games.

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