insane wrote:It is made for CTPCI-less CT60,CT63 and CT60e.
Use the A version if you don't have any SuperVidel installed; use B or C if you have.
If you make a mistake you can always flash from 030 mode.
I want to give this version a try. At the moment I have the following version installed (but no ctpci, that was planned but now my ct63 is back in the falcon's original case):
Boot v2.02 beta 15 11/05/2014 22:58
I am a little bit unsure which version to try. The documentation says:
"For some SV users CT60tosA works, for others CT60tosB" but above you say B or C. As I have a supervidel installed I want to make sure to have the correct version.
I also have two strange problems with my ct63 and hope that this version fixes the problems.
1) ide mass storage > 128GB (yes, GB) do not work correctly. I tried it with the latest HDDRIVER 10.17 and a test-version that Uwe Seimet provided. Up to 128GB everything is running fine.
2) floppy disk access lets the falcon crash in particular when I try to copy something to a floppy and it is write protected. The ATARI tells me that "Floppy Disk Drive A: is write protected, Cancel, Retry". If I press Cancel, the ATARI freezes, if I try Retry without removing the write protection the same alert box appears again and I can press Retry for several times until it freezes as well.
Do you think these problems will disappear with Boot ROM 1.05?