Using this tab, you can "insert" disks into your virtual Amiga. Press F12 and get this screen or for each drive,or press END and F1, F2, F3 or F4 to insert a disk into one drive. Use SHIFT+END and function key to Eject a disk.
- With the ... buttons you can select .adf - files, which will then be available within the "Amiga" as disks. Eject removes the disk from the drive. Disable will disable the drive and free up some memory (vital for old games). Note that DF0 is the default drive to boot off, so please use this before other drives.
- For each drive, you can specify the drive type: 3.5" DD (880kB), 3.5" HD (1.76MB) and the old 5.25" SD (440kB).
- Click the '...' button to select your ADF, FDI, DMS, ADZ etc floppy image from the hard disk. You can also select a disk image from the pull down menus from previous selections.
- Click the Eject button to remove a disk image from a disk drive.
- Enable the Write Protected option to emulate the write protect tab on your disk images.
- To get information about ADF-files and how to obtain them, view the Requirements and Transdisk.
Floppy Drive Emulation Speed
The Floppy Speed slider will allow to adjust floppy access speed from Turbo, 100, 200, 400 or 800% of speed. Turbo-floppy speed enables fast writing, and uses the maximum transfer rate from the media that the floppy image is accessed from.
New Floppy Disk Image
- Create Standard "Floppy" creates a blank ADF file. You can use these files as empty floppies.
- Create Custom "Floppy" allows you to create a special .adf file for saving games onto if the Standard floppy does not work.
- Disk Label will label the new disk image for you without having to do it in Workbench.
- Bootblock will make the disk bootable.
- FFS will format the disk using the Fast Filing System.
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