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Old 14 June 2016, 17:15   #1
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"Accelerator board memory" slider


I have noted that this Expansion/"Accelerator board memory" slider is now active in latest WinUAE
So you can set it to have a cyberstorm with 64 MB ... and now it works

Is there any reason you cant set it to more like 512 MB as this slider now seems to act somehow on the cyberstorm RAM ???

In myconfig.uae if I modify
to 512 it dont have any effect on the slider

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Old 14 June 2016, 18:00   #2
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You are not going to get more than 128M with CSPPC. No way around it, not in real world, not in emulation, without updating all support software, at least if you want it to work.
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Old 14 June 2016, 19:47   #3
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Son why latest winuae is able to modify (reduce) cyberstorm memory sise WITHOUT UPDATING THE OS
But cant modify it to increase it ?

I mean I was thinking that mem size (128 MO) was harcoded in cyberstorm rom or hardcoded in os4 classic
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My physical CSPPC only has 64 megs, so 128mb is the upper limit, 0mb is the lower limit.
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