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On 23/12/2011 22:00, Vincent Rivière wrote:
I discovered that Hatari emulates an application cartridge to hack the
OS (GEMDOS drive emulation, extended VDI video modes...).
Especially, Hatari always enables the A: and B: drives in drvbits, even
if they were not detected by the OS.
Does this make sense ? I don't think so.
Hatari enables two drives and fill the os values accordingly.
From an FDC level, we really support 2 drives, so I don't think that's
a problem to force the values in the OS.
Though, we could have a switch to optionaly enable drive B: or not in
case the user really want to emulate only 1 drive.