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Vampire V2 Is Now AmigaOS 3.1.4 Readypage  1 2 3 4 5 6 

Gunnar von Boehn
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 3810
27 Jan 2019 18:29


Chris T. wrote:

I guess you have to get the library "libs 040/060 from aminet.net and copy it to libs...

Vampire does NOT need those.
The 68080 is more complete than 68040/68060 and works fine without these helper libs.


Willem Drijver

Posts 2
27 Jan 2019 19:25


Thanks Gunnar, that is what I thought. So this means I can just ignore the error message from the "CPU checkinstall" in the startup-sequence?


Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 951
27 Jan 2019 20:46


Willem Drijver wrote:

  Thanks Gunnar, that is what I thought. So this means I can just ignore the error message from the "CPU checkinstall" in the startup-sequence?
 

 
  Yes, message is intended to real 040/060 users. Hyperion missed to integrate 080 ID and our CPU is seen as 040, but it does not need a patching libs.


Lars Simonsen

Posts 1
05 Feb 2019 18:12


sean sk wrote:
That's good to know the latest version of KS 3.1.4 works with VampireFlash314.

(Updated post) I received my Vampire A600 today so I bought KS 3.1.4 for A1200 (per Hyperion's recommendation) and downloaded it.
     
VampireMap315 and VampireFlash314 both told me that the checksum is wrong, trying to flash the unsplit file.
     
      vampiremap314 devs:kickstarts/kick.a1200.46.143
      Error. Input Kickstart checksum wrong.
      Kickstart file integrity check failed
      Exiting.
 
It must have been the SD card or PCMCIA adapter that I used to transfer the file that had corrupted the ROM, because I deleted the ROM file and transfered it from my Windoze machine again, and lo and behold - now it works.


Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 951
06 Feb 2019 14:42


Lars Simonsen wrote:

  It must have been the SD card or PCMCIA adapter that I used to transfer the file that had corrupted the ROM, because I deleted the ROM file and transfered it from my Windoze machine again, and lo and behold - now it works.

Changing any bit of Amiga file can cause such trouble. Not the first time. Glad "its Vamp ready" (which is compatibile, not optimized)


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