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Install Amiga Emulator with Hard Drive and WHD Load support using Classic Workbench - digituba

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Play Amiga games on your PC using this easy method to install an Amiga emulator, complete with hard drive and WHDLoad support. I'm using Classic Workbench which is a pre-installed Amiga setup. ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS AND LINKS You will need: Classic WB - http://classicwb.abime.net/classicweb/downloaduae.htm (click UAE) Amiga Kickstarts - http://www.oldgamesfinder.com/?q=kickstart&m=-2 I used files: [FIRM] KICKSTART v1.3 rev 34.5 (1987)(Commodore)(A500-A1000-A2000-CDTV)[!].rom [FIRM] KICKSTART v3.1 rev 40.63 (1993)(Commodore)(A500-A600-A2000)[!].rom [FIRM] KICKSTART v3.1 rev 40.68 (1993)(Commodore)(A1200)[!].rom [FIRM] KICKSTART v3.1 rev 40.68 (1993)(Commodore)(A4000).rom when copying to the Amiga hard drive they will need to be renamed: kick34005.A500 kick40063.A600 kick40068.A1200 kick40068.A4000 Amiga Workbench - http://www.oldgamesfinder.com/?q=workbench&m=-2 I used file: [ADF] WORKBENCH v3.0 rev 39.29 (1992)(Commodore)(A1200-A4000)(M10)(Disk 2 of 6)(WORKBENCH).adf as long as it's a 3.0/3.1 Workbench .ADF it should be fine. WHDLoad Installers - http://www.whdload.de/search.html ADFs http://www.planetemu.net/roms/commodore-amiga-games-adf You can use your real Amiga disks and dump your own Kickstarts if you know what you are doing. ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS I forgot to mention: once you have completed the installation delete the two configurations at the bottom in the Configurations section (marked delete), then on your next boot choose a config (usually the top 'A1200 Real' is best). This installation is giving you an A1200/A4000; UAE can also boot as various other Amiga models, this is why when you boot it gives you the warning about System ROMs required. Our installation is using WHDLoad so we can play older games and software without needing to boot as another Amiga model. If you had a standard UAE installation without a hard drive setup then you would need boot and configure a particular Amiga model to get the game or software to run.