SofiST wrote:Updated DL-s on page. Now included image files with original and modded (for twisted IDE) boot.
+ there is image file of hard disk with preinstalled Magic 6.20 and hard disk driver, with 2 partitions. Short DL. May try in Steem too.
wongck wrote:Running MagiC 6 on an emulator?
Why don't you just use Magic-PC ?
wongck wrote:Mark_G wrote:Offscreen-driver not found .
MCMD will restart ...
System is halted .
I got the same problem on my Falcon.
IIRC, you need to install from the setup (or what ever they named it).
It uses it's own VDI and they are found normally under the GEMSYS folder.
It's efficient and fast better than the TOS versions.
I cannot remember what the filenames are now....
TheNameOfTheGame wrote:To change petari's english translation ( http://www.8bitchip.info/atari/MAGICE62.ZIP ) of Magic 6.20 from UK 50Hz UK keyboard layout to US 60Hz US keyboard layout, there are 4 files to change with a hex editor.
Changed os_conf low byte at offset 0x1D to 0x00 - NTSC60Hz and Country Code USA
0x180 byte keyboard table from TOS1.62USA copied from TOS offset 0x2A304 to MAGIC offset 0xC420
Changed os_conf low byte at 0x39 to 0x00 - NTSC60Hz and Country Code USA
0x180 byte keyboard table from TOS1.62USA copied from TOS offset 0x2A304 to MAGIC offset 0x79A0
It is now complete translated to English, including keyboard, executables, core.
dhedberg wrote:A 4Mb Mega STe is definitely sufficient! If you've never given it a try, do! It's a nice OS and along with a desktop like Jinnee or Thing your Mega STe will feel like a new computer!
AtariZoll wrote:I already did that comparison and inserted changes in US version. I guess that it is some Falcon patch. Not much bytes.
Hopefully tomorrow will be able to test it on Falcon. IDE/CF card for sure, and maybe SCSI test, but it will need more time to write MagiC on SCSI disk - anyone here interested for MagiC using SCSI on his Falcon ?
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