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marcel21674 
Vampire 500 and a A590
Posted on 25-Oct-2020 16:38:33
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Is it possible to get a A590 to work with a a500+vampire?
If yes, how?

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Re: Vampire 500 and a A590
Posted on 26-Oct-2020 14:57:19
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@marcel21674

I just realized, that got my question all wrong.

I have a A500 with a vampire acceleration card. The os i use is coffin R56 from apollo
The right question is, can i get my A590 to work with coffin R56?
If yes, how?

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