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Old 02 April 2008, 20:50   #1
Tuffy
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SCSI-IDE bridge + IDE to CF adapter - How can I make a backup?

Hi alll.

I've just bought and installed an SCSI-IDE bridge + IDE to CF adapter on my Amiga 500+.

Everything is running GREAT with the 2 partitions I've made (DH0 + DH1), but..... now I wanna make a backup of that CF card (before my READ HD dies) - Windows says its RAW Device, so that cant be used.

But on my workstation I have an adaptech SCSI controller and installed UAE on the workstation, and right now its running on that workstation, but I can't see the 2 partitions and btw. Yep I have remembered to choose the uaescsi with the option "SPTI - SCSI SCAN".

I think I need to place something in the mountlist, or???
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Old 02 April 2008, 21:03   #2
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WinUAE "Add Harddrive"-button. Can't get any easier. (ignore what Windows says)

uaescsi.device has NOTHING to do with harddrives.
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Old 02 April 2008, 21:14   #3
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YEAAAAAAH - It's working

Thanks Toni
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