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Software News   Software News : Kickflash OS4 firmware updated
   posted by MikeB on 29-Jun-2004 21:05:35 (1879 reads)
Version 1.6 of Kickflash OS4 is now available on the website of Coyoteflux and at Individual Computer's website. This update includes many improvements over the last version.
    

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shoe 
Re: Kickflash OS4 firmware updated
Posted on 30-Jun-2004 10:49:36
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Hey, I have a question. Until OS4 for CSPPC is released will this do anything for me?

[EDIT] W000T! I checked the site and this is enough for me to buy one:

Quote:

"Additionally it supports Retro Remapping to make any Amiga start in Kickstart 1.3 mode when the joystick button is held during reset."


Sweet!


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Re: Kickflash OS4 firmware updated
Posted on 30-Jun-2004 11:34:54
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OMG!!! I've seen now JMiner program..... it is simply impressive, i don't belive my eyes.


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Re: Kickflash OS4 firmware updated
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Please excuse my ingorance:

But what is this Kickflash thing?


/me is such a with computers...


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Re: Kickflash OS4 firmware updated
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Arf, exactly the question i was about to ask :)


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Re: Kickflash OS4 firmware updated
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@ Ashitaka

Great minds think alike.


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Re: Kickflash OS4 firmware updated
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@ Bodie_CI5

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But what is this Kickflash thing?


Basicly this is firmware developed by the Coyote Flux guys for Individual Computer's KickFlash OS4 Card (can store Kickstart ROM images) and reduces the boot-time of classic Amigas dramatically, because it gets rid of all the reboots that classic Amigas have to do. For instance for running AmigaOS4 on Cyberstorm or BlizzardPPC equipped classic Amigas.

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Re: Kickflash OS4 firmware updated
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Oh I see. Thanks heaps for the clarification, I couldn't make any sense of the whole thing.


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