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Old 23 February 2005, 22:53   #1
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Blizzard 1220/4

Hi All
I have just revived my old Amiga 1200, 1GB HD & 2MB Chip ram

Most of my progs wouldn't run because I didn't have
enough memory.

So I added a Blizzard 1220/4 Ram Board.

Now I find that some of my progs show the graphics as a blur,
as if they havn't been loaded into chip memory.
and some progs just crash the machine.

If the same progs are loaded (Booted) from Floppy they run OK.
Would you think the Blizzard is to blame or an incompatability with
the HD, which is a "Toshiba".

Any help would be grateful

Old 27 February 2005, 02:14   #2
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Well I tell you what I had big trouble with a toshiba HD last week. I had to boot from the workbench install disk delete then create a new partition low leverl fromat then normal format then install workbench all over again. It seemed to sort out a problem where aplications would not install claiming there was no Hd when there baitently was. I dont know if that realtes to your problem but thats all i got on this
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