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Old 08 February 2018, 09:22   #1
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Quick question about Floppy Drive Emulation Speed

If I use a standard (Quickstart) configuration for A1200 with 4Mb Fast Ram, the Floppy Drive Emulation Speed is "100% Compatible". Is there any particular combination of settings that could change that setting to "Turbo"?

This has happened to me recently, and I was wondering why my floppy disk-based stuff was loading too fast and disrupting the flow of trackmos.

The strange thing is, I saw the setting change before and I changed it back to "100% compatible", but then it went back to "Turbo". Is some other setting changing the Floppy Drive Emulation Speed?
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Old 08 February 2018, 17:26   #2
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"High-end" quickstart (a3000+) settings set turbo floppy speed.
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