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    And the fan is now fitted properly - just need to run power for it now!

    AMIGA A1200, Kickstart 3.1, FZ-357A HD floppy and HxC Rev C (with DF0:/DF1: switch), Internal IDE DVD-RW, CDTV key caps, Blizzard PPC FS Rev 6 68060 @ 50MHz and 603e @ 240MHz with SCSI, 256MB RAM and 16GB SCSI2SD, Indy MK2cr and Blizzard Vision through a Ratte switch, RapidRoad USB, and uprated 60W PSU - Bifrost LEDs and laser mice too!

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    And done! The top is actually finished now... Just a RapidRoad to obtain and fit into the bottom

    Last edited by Cozzer79; 9th February 2018 at 10:36.
    AMIGA A1200, Kickstart 3.1, FZ-357A HD floppy and HxC Rev C (with DF0:/DF1: switch), Internal IDE DVD-RW, CDTV key caps, Blizzard PPC FS Rev 6 68060 @ 50MHz and 603e @ 240MHz with SCSI, 256MB RAM and 16GB SCSI2SD, Indy MK2cr and Blizzard Vision through a Ratte switch, RapidRoad USB, and uprated 60W PSU - Bifrost LEDs and laser mice too!

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    Hi all,

    I'm still having issues with running Wipeout, but I've a few things to try still with that. In the meantime waiting for new hardware to arrive, I decided to see if I could get it to boot a bit more quickly. I changed my Startup-Sequence to use BlizKick instead of SetPatch to load the ROM changes to 3.9 - for prosterity, I changed the first section to:

    Blizkick * EXTRESBUF=165000 HOGWAITBLIT SpeedROM MODULE BPPCFix BPPCFix040 BBlank NewAlert ROMFIXES SpeedyIDE NoClick MoveVBR FixMath404 MuMove4k FixGetMsg scsi.device FastFileSystem Filesystem.Resource console.device Ram-Handler romupdate.idtag shell Bootmenu exec.library NOPUPREBOOT KEEPEXEC QUIET
    SetPatch NOROMUPDATE QUIET


    Anyways, new hardware has arrived:



    Which will fit here quite nicely:



    And I've now modified the USB cable to fit under my SCSI cable off of the rear of the BPPC - just need to make holes and fit



    And I discovered why the CD Audio wasn't working...



    lol - will get to work on fitting the RapidRoad properly soon
    Last edited by Cozzer79; 13th February 2018 at 17:12. Reason: Simplified BlizKick statement
    AMIGA A1200, Kickstart 3.1, FZ-357A HD floppy and HxC Rev C (with DF0:/DF1: switch), Internal IDE DVD-RW, CDTV key caps, Blizzard PPC FS Rev 6 68060 @ 50MHz and 603e @ 240MHz with SCSI, 256MB RAM and 16GB SCSI2SD, Indy MK2cr and Blizzard Vision through a Ratte switch, RapidRoad USB, and uprated 60W PSU - Bifrost LEDs and laser mice too!

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    More installation stuff today, put some blobs on the RapidRoad to make it stay put when the machine is assembled - the long blob on top squished down when I reinserted the keyboard:



    I altered the clock-port cable to make it more amenable, I also re-routed the CD-Audio cable:



    Sugru'd in the USB ports once I'd opened up appropriate spaces; I used the same horizontal positions as marked on the case, but closer to the bottom:



    The RapidRoad sits nicely where I want it to stay, and doesn't move when the keyboard is in - still removable though!



    The USB ports look good from the outside too:



    Just need to hot-glue the USB cable into place tomorrow so that I can reassemble for a while again - unless the CF card extension turns up, in which case I'll fit that too
    AMIGA A1200, Kickstart 3.1, FZ-357A HD floppy and HxC Rev C (with DF0:/DF1: switch), Internal IDE DVD-RW, CDTV key caps, Blizzard PPC FS Rev 6 68060 @ 50MHz and 603e @ 240MHz with SCSI, 256MB RAM and 16GB SCSI2SD, Indy MK2cr and Blizzard Vision through a Ratte switch, RapidRoad USB, and uprated 60W PSU - Bifrost LEDs and laser mice too!

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    Aaaaaaaaaaannnd it's all in



    Works lovely too - unfortunately I've discovered that some of the memory on my BVision isn't as it should be. Looking to find someone that can replace it (the memory) - might pick somewhere it hasn't travelled to yet; it's certainly more travelled than myself!
    AMIGA A1200, Kickstart 3.1, FZ-357A HD floppy and HxC Rev C (with DF0:/DF1: switch), Internal IDE DVD-RW, CDTV key caps, Blizzard PPC FS Rev 6 68060 @ 50MHz and 603e @ 240MHz with SCSI, 256MB RAM and 16GB SCSI2SD, Indy MK2cr and Blizzard Vision through a Ratte switch, RapidRoad USB, and uprated 60W PSU - Bifrost LEDs and laser mice too!

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