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Software News   Software News : WinUAE 0.8.22 R9 released
   posted by _Steve_ on 24-Aug-2003 19:47:14 (1450 reads)
The latest version of WinUAE (0.8.22R9) has just been made available on the WinUAE pages.

This version adds:

Bugs fixed
  • compiler misoptimization of some rare instructions
    (affected 0.8.22R8 only, usually caused GURUs)
  • bsdsocket emulation (connection freeze, IRCD, AmyGate etc..)
  • NTSC vsync sound
  • Windows 2K/XP CD detection problems in non-ASPI mode
  • more compatible audio emulation
    (TBL's Tint, some demos playing only noise)
  • ticking/unticking 68000 "more compatible" checkbox on the fly does not crash the emulated Amiga anymore
  • AVI capture sound sync


New features:
  • software 2x filters (Scale2x, SuperEagle, 2xSaI and Super2xSaI) and manual screen position adjustment.
  • separate windowed and fullscreen mode width and height
  • 100% exact blitter block mode cycle diagram (cycle-exact mode only)
  • replaced "run at higher priority" with priority selection select box
  • added CAPS support to mini-version
  • automatic AVI splitting

You can get the Install version here.

The Zip version is available here

For more information, visit the WinUAE website.
    

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Re: WinUAE 0.8.22 R9 released
Posted on 26-Aug-2003 4:00:49
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Does anyone know if this new release is compatible with DirectX 9? The previous release would always crash upon my installing of DX 9. Feedback would be appreciated .


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Re: WinUAE 0.8.22 R9 released
Posted on 26-Aug-2003 18:43:08
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I do not understand why you get crashes with your system using DX9 and UAE, as I have been running 0.8.22R1, R3, R6, R7 R8 and R9 successfully under DX9.

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@ _steve_

Yeah I don't know why it crashes either. Usually, it crashes at the config screen. It is most annoying I assure you.


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Re: WinUAE 0.8.22 R9 released
Posted on 27-Aug-2003 10:52:27
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Yet its true steve, brother Bodie_CI5's PEECEE keeps crashin on winuae after upgrading from 8.1 to 9.0. Strange .

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