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Old 30 January 2016, 22:29   #1
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Hardfile transfer settings

I've done a bit of research and have seen people say you have to set max transfer to 0x1fe00. Does this only apply if you are using a real Amiga IDE/SCSI interface, or do you need to do it with UAE hardfiles too?

Are there any restrictions when using hardfiles as a HDD? I assume that WinUAE is adding its own ROM to support the hard drives automatically?
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Old 30 January 2016, 22:58   #2
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Max transfer problem only applies to A600/A1200/A4000 internal IDE when using Commodore drivers. (ATA feature that driver uses was obsoleted in ATA-2 spec)

"UAE" harddrives (uaehf.device) does not have any known limits. >4G fully supported etc..
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Old 31 January 2016, 00:39   #3
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Ah ok, thanks a lot
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