Ok, different approach.
Instead of using the AB Tool Kit, using the original AB programs to set the MMU and install fastram.
Allows 48MHz CPU, at a cost of Doug's trickery Memory speed is benched about 1/3 of TK5.07 in ALT RAM.
(Note if trying, the updated MMU program crashes the updated fastram program when ran from the autofolder.
These are files Doug included on the AB Took kit floppy disk.
The older versions of the driver came on a different floppy.
Replaced the ram program with the earlier version, works in autofolder below the MMU program order.
Another note using the MMU program is caches are enabled default).
Gemram is running from the autofolder with fastram flags set.
NOVA VDI (NVDI not installed)
Benchmark applications recognize TOS has been placed into fast ram (arrived by comparing test with and without Gemram installed).
How do I know the AB is reading from the Gemram installed TOS and not reading from the ROM, or the TOS in fastram on the fly?
By dumping the TOS in fastram and comparing to a TOS 4.04 binary?
Using TOSRIP.TTP found in the Sparrow thread (apologies, forgot the author).
To dump and image, or memory for that matter, you must enter a start and ending address.
What are the address values to enter?
Is there a more "click to dump" program to use?
Thanks, excuse my ignorance.