Oops! Just realised you haven't listed your email address on your profile... can you send the files (all of them if possible) to email@example.com please? And if there's any Amiga stuff your after, give me a shout... thanks!
> Dude, you're a star... address on the way!
> > > Thanks for the link, but it's just the Kickstart ROM image; I already have
> > > plenty of those ;-) I'm looking for the little program called Kick 1.3 that
> > > emulates the Kickstart 1.3 ROM on an A500+, A600 and A1200. Any ideas? There
> > may
> > > be other similar programs under different names so any help appreciated...
> > Ah, you need the soft kicker? Personally I use a couple of them. To boot my
> > with KS3.0, I use softkick, which is a bit hard to manipulate (you need
> > rom images). However, for kicking it onto 1.3, I use TUDE. I used to work with
> > ReloKick 1.4, but this program loaded a hacked ROM which didn't have most of
> > Amiga Intuition calls, and this was needed if your game opened a Workbench
> > session (Marble Madness, for example). As soon as you opened a window the
> > machine locked up.
> > That's when I turned onto TUDE. With TUDE I can use a complete (512kb) 1.3 ROM
> > without problems. Keep in mind that you should have at least 2MB of RAM to
> > it work properly with a lot of games (even loading the hacked ROM, which is
> > around 256KB, on my formerly one meg A600, made some games have gfx glitches.
> > Example: Lotus Turbo Challenge).
> > I can hook you up with TUDE if you chuck me your mail addy. I suppose you know
> > how to transfer files to your miggy.
> > > 2. Also, has anybody used Amiga Explorer at all? I'm having problems with an
> > > 'error writing to COM port'. Anyone else get this? I've got it connected to
> > > the
> > > Amiga properly and I've tried it on two different computers and I still get
> > > the
> > > same error... weird...
> > Is the buffer the same on both computers? If it is already set to the same
> > value, then try degradng the BPS rate. I have to use that program at 19200 to
> > make it work (with a 4096 bytes buffer). I recommend you using something else
> > for transferring files, like the excellent TwinExpress. It is DOS based on the
> > PC, and CLI based on teh Amiga, but you can transfer at up to 115200. Again,
> > need it? chuck me yer addy. If everything fails I chuck you a disk thru snail
> > mail ;)
> > Hope that helps...
> > - Akira
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