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Old 10 February 2014, 21:31   #1
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Compatible chipset + SCSI

IMHO A590/A2091 and A4091 options should be available even if Adv. Chipset is set to Compatible. And perhaps they could be moved to Expansions.
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Old 10 February 2014, 22:10   #2
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I'll probably remove those checkboxes completely and only use new ROM selections in ROM panel to enable/disable them.

Or possible move ROM selections to Expansions.
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What about the case where the user wants the hardware, but without a boot ROM? (E.g. JP2 in "DIS" position on A2091 for use with Kickstart 1.2.)
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Old 11 February 2014, 16:12   #4
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It was not possible to have no-ROM A590 or A2091 previously, at least not officially. Easy fix is to add "No rom" option to rom image selection menu.

Another "no one cares" feature: A4091 and A4000T also have io byte that driver uses to read state of 8 DIP switches. (Currently it reads as all in OFF position)
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