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Posted on 14-Nov-2002 20:02 GMT by Gareth Knight (Edited on 2002-11-14 21:40:33 GMT by Christian Kemp)6 comments
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A new version of WinUAE has been released with several interesting new features. Read more for a feature list or click here Use alternative sites if you are using an ad-blocking proxy to download it. WinUAE is an Amiga emulator for Windows. Changes in this release:
  • Kickstart 1.3 RDB and regular hardfile autoboot/automount support
  • KS 1.3 regular (non RDB) HDF autoboot requires FastFileSystem from WB1.3:L in KS roms directory
  • keyboard/mouse/joystick handling rewritten for DirectInput
  • Windows keys are now 100% usable as an Amiga keys and SHIFT keys don't get stuck anymore
  • mouse speed configuration
  • all keyboard keys (even special "multimedia keys") are available in input-tab configuration window
  • configurable floppy drive type (3.5"DD/3.5"HD/A1010 5.25"SD)
  • Following features require Windows 2000 or Windows XP
    "unlimited" hardfile size (2G limit removed), uaehf.device now supports TD64 and NSD-style 64-bit addressing NTFS filesystem required for >4G hardfiles (FAT32 max file size is about 4G)
  • WARNING: Make sure installed AmigaOS is new enough (OS 3.9 recommended)
  • ability to mount real harddisks with full RDB automount/autoboot support
  • Amithlon partition support
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Comment 1STRICQ14-Nov-2002 19:30 GMT
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Comment 4STRICQ14-Nov-2002 19:47 GMT
New version of WinUAE : Comment 5 of 6ANN.lu
Posted by the man in the shadows on 14-Nov-2002 20:26 GMT
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http://www.winuae.net/files/WinUAE0822R2.zip
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http://www.winuae.net/frames/mirrors.html
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