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I can confirm that "--fast-boot off" is the trigger for crash.
Both TymeWarp and WarpTyme demos crash with it.
Other YM Rockerz demos work fine with it.
On maanantai 06 heinäkuu 2015, Laurent Sallafranque wrote:
> OK, I've managed to have it once, but I understand why it gives me some
> problems !
> I always start hatari (winuae core) in falcon mode, blitter ON, DSP ON,
> FPU ON, ...
> When I select tos 1.04fr, hatari tells me it's going to switch to 68000
> But if I have a look at the gui after the reset, I can see that :
> - blitter is still activated (at least in the gui)
> - DSP is still activated
> If I launch the demo it still crash.
> I remove the DSP, and cold reset, it still crash.
> Then I remove the Blitter in the gui, it still crash
> Then, I add "patch timer D", it still crash
> Then I remove "boot faster by patching tos and sysvars : the demo works.
> Le 06/07/2015 22:16, Nicolas Pomarède a écrit :
> > Le 06/07/2015 21:17, Laurent Sallafranque a écrit :
> >> Hi,
> >> I wanted to listen some soundship music, so I downloaded the following
> >> : http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=25855
> >> It seems to crash (double bus/address error => Cpu halted) after the
> >> intro (when I press space or when I wait to the end of the intro).
> >> I've tested with hatari oldcpu 1.8 (ST and STE mode) , 1 Mo and 4 Mo
> >> I've also tested with the latest release (same problem).
> >> In case you didn't notice it before.
> > Hi
> > seems to work for me, I tested with winuae cpu :
> > - prefetch
> > - cycle exacy
> > it works with tos 1.04fr, 2 MB, STF mode ; and it works too with tos
> > 1.62fr, STE mode, 2 MB.
> > Demo is running from gemdos HD.
> > Nicolas