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Old 18 January 2017, 20:19   #41
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Hi D,

Thanks for this (& thanks Amigajay)

Just tried your version in WinUAE, default A1200 and it actually worked with 1 disk drive and 2mb Chip.
When i try to run it with WinUAE (standard A1200 configuration with 2Mb of chip RAM) by inserting the trained Flashtro disc 1 i have a message box saying :
"Please insert volume DF1 in any drive".

I just tried the untrained versio, after have inserted the disk 2 it loads a while then stopped. How did you get it work with 2Mb only ?

SOLVED : The untrained version needs more RAM.

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Old 18 January 2017, 20:26   #42
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When i try to run it with WinUAE (standard A1200 configuration with 2Mb of chip RAM) by inserting the trained Flashtro disc 1 i have a message box saying :
"Please insert volume DF1 in any drive".

How do i run this one with 2Mb oinly so ? Did you try the untrained version ?
Hello my friend,

No need to use the "HD INSTALL --> ADFs" files I created; this is really for Gotek users with one drive only.

Use the Flashtro trained version; OCS / 512KB Chip & 512KB Slow RAM but you as per original; you need Disk 1 in DFO: and Disk 2 in DF1:
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Old 18 January 2017, 20:29   #43
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Mmm thansk a lot, ok let me try Damien.

EDIT : Christ sake i just tried the trained Flashtro version with a standard A1200 configuration with 2 drives and it works ! I will be able to play it on my real machine so, thanks soooo much mate for these ADF, this incredible release needed such files wow !
 
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Mmm thansk a lot, ok let me try Damien.
Off topic but check out the Killing Game Show - liquid rising too quickly thread, I think you'll be a very happy man
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EDIT : Christ sake i just tried the trained Flashtro version with a standard A1200 configuration with 2 drives and it works ! I will be able to play it on my real machine so, thanks soooo much mate for these ADF, this incredible release needed such files wow !
The original release here and the subsequent trained Flashtro release will work on an "A500 / 512KB Chip & 512KB Slow RAM" but you do need to have 2 disk drives

My fault really, due to lack of knowledge / coding skills; I could get it to run on one disk drive but here was a lot of swapping and quite messy.

...also, don't thank me; it's Amigajay that went through all the pain in order to bring this to the Amiga community
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Old 18 January 2017, 21:20   #46
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Old 23 January 2017, 19:11   #47
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Off topic but check out the Killing Game Show - liquid rising too quickly thread, I think you'll be a very happy man
Indeed !
 
Old 24 January 2017, 01:00   #48
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Cheers Arnie!

btw a couple of people have said the game starts hard even on the fun levels, unfortunately without spending even more hours re-arranging each and every level they are mixed up from the Megadrive order, so be prepared to jump in at the deep end and relax when some easier levels show up!
The game makes a lot more sense to me now that I've read that. Mayhem 6 and 7 are probably the two hardest Lemmings levels I've ever played. I was amazed to find that the levels that follow it are probably the easiest levels in the whole game
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The game makes a lot more sense to me now that I've read that. Mayhem 6 and 7 are probably the two hardest Lemmings levels I've ever played. I was amazed to find that the levels that follow it are probably the easiest levels in the whole game
Yeah they are tough, but all doable, as i said above, its best to have played and completed the first Lemmings before attempting this one!
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Old 24 January 2017, 23:29   #50
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Played to it on my real A1200 today, perfectly working (i have 2 external floppy drives) !
 
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