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Old 19 September 2016, 14:25   #1
MickJT
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What is the difference between the 4 CyberStorm SCSI options?

This is with WinUAE 3.3.0.

When selecting an HD Controller I see "Accelerator (CyberStorm PPC) [2]" and [3] and [4]. What are they for?

Also, when creating a 20GB .vhd in RDB mode, why does it say "8063.5/20480.0MB"? (The full line is "16383/16/63, 16514064/41943040 blocks, 8063.5MB/20480.0MB").
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Old 19 September 2016, 15:21   #2
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This is with WinUAE 3.3.0.

When selecting an HD Controller I see "Accelerator (CyberStorm PPC) [2]" and [3] and [4]. What are they for?
It is a bug.

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Also, when creating a 20GB .vhd in RDB mode, why does it say "8063.5/20480.0MB"? (The full line is "16383/16/63, 16514064/41943040 blocks, 8063.5MB/20480.0MB").
First value is IDE CHS max capacity.
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