Ram Disk (N00B question)

canderson90

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Sounds silly but is there any way to hide the Ram disk or move it into another drawer?
 

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I think the only good way is to hide the icon.
In the starup-sequence remove ram.info
Or if it´s automatically created then write at the end at the user-startup
delete ram: ram.info
Maybe this works
 

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Which OS are you running?

OS 3.9 allows you to hide any drive you want (y)

Dave G :cool:
 

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Using Workbench 3.1 (in WinUAE for now :( lol)

Also looked at my startup-sequence file and nothing in there about ram.info :s

Also this "user-startup" has popped up a fair bit whilst iv been looking online for answers but I dont have that file.. :s Have I managed (somehow, as it is me and I can make the easyest of things difficult) to install Workbench wrong :s lol
 
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User-Startup is exactly that - it's optional.

Startup-sequence is mandatory.

Normally your assigns etc would go in User-Startup.

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