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  • #16
    Originally posted by CrazyC View Post
    Just played TANX for the first time - I do like it actually - great game.
    Now, how to install to hard drive rather than the floppy its on. Perhaps I need to investigate using WHDLOAD to create such a setup - any suggestions (is it easy to create a WHDLOAD package for a relatively simple game like this?)

    Cheers

    drag the whole lot to a folder on your hard drive, it isn't a NDOS disk is it?
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    • #17
      I did that but it says it can't load the title screen as it must be in the same directory. But I copied everything over....

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      A1200 (1D4) (Recapped by Bad_Ad84 in Nov 2012) -3.1 Roms,CWB 3.9, Blizzard 1260 (60mhz - Rev6 Latest Mask),SCSI Kit (SCSI-IDE Bridge + 8Gb CF), 192mb, Mediator + soundcard, USB, NIC, Voodoo 3. A1200 (1A) Checkmate case 3.2 Roms (recapped and modded by TheCorfiot in December 2015) Indy Mk 2, B1230 MKIV 32MB, RR USB, AOS3.2 8Gb CF. My Amibay Blog is here.

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      • #18
        see if you can add some assigns in the user startup for it.
        i have got too much hardware,it would only hurt your eyes to look at it here

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        • #19
          yep as roy has already said, you need to set up some assigns
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          • #20
            Thanks guys - am off to do some more reading about assigns, but may come back with more questions....
            A1200 (1D4) (Recapped by Bad_Ad84 in Nov 2012) -3.1 Roms,CWB 3.9, Blizzard 1260 (60mhz - Rev6 Latest Mask),SCSI Kit (SCSI-IDE Bridge + 8Gb CF), 192mb, Mediator + soundcard, USB, NIC, Voodoo 3. A1200 (1A) Checkmate case 3.2 Roms (recapped and modded by TheCorfiot in December 2015) Indy Mk 2, B1230 MKIV 32MB, RR USB, AOS3.2 8Gb CF. My Amibay Blog is here.

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            • #21
              Hey nice review, brings back memories. I always liked the physics. A good example of simple ideas often being the best. My memory is pretty bad but I use to play a game that actually had a tanx like game secretly built into it, I'm sure you needed to type some secret password or something to access it. Does that ring a bell for anyone?

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