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Old 03 February 2012, 21:28   #6
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Originally Posted by thomas View Post
You don't see the relevant information: your HDF is not bootable. You make every effort to get the directory non-bootable, but all you will achieve by this is that you'll see the insert disk screen.

Put FFS into the RDB with dostype DOS\0, then it will probably work better.
The HDF boots fine on both my real Amiga (with Kickstart 1.3) and WinUAE. You don't need FFS in the RDB to boot from an OFS partition.

The problem is that once I add the shared directory, under Kickstart 1.3 WinUAE boots from that in preference to the HDF. When the shared directory is marked as non-bootable, could WinUAE just not create a bootpoint for it?
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