Chopsen wrote:God....Dirtbox wrote:It's a non freeware designed to run on proper amiga. It allows the installation of games on to the HD which aren't "supposed" to be installed on the HD.
What's all this blarney about WHDload I've heard mentioned? I take it it's some kind of hard drive mahoojit, but is it required?
I had a go with it and found in impenetrable. And I had an A500 back in the day.
Seeing you're just storing ADFs on your PCs harddrive anyway, there's probably not much benefit installing them again on a virtual HD within the emulator, as it's just a convenience thing really.
I might have another go... I did get as far as getting WHDload working a while ago.
But that involved installing workbench and then some libraries and the WHDload, only for it to refuse to work with many games unless you registered it.
Using adf files is so much less of a headache unless you plan to play lots of games.
Though I do have to say Amikit is rather a crazy addition which I might have another play with some time.