Amiga Forever3.X ROM ImprovementsHelpTutorialsWeb LinksKX LightTITLEAmiga Forever3.X ROM ImprovementsTOPICQ:What are the differences between Cloanto's 3.XROMs, and the original 3.1 versions releasedunder Commodore and ESCOM?DISCUSSION OverviewThe 3.1 ROM, initially released in the CD³² hardware in 1993, was the last AmigaROM version released byCommodore/Amiga.The 3.X series by Cloanto, first released in 1999, aims to remain as true to the original as possiblewhile merging some essential updates, the most notable of which being theability to boot from 'large' hard disks. For maximum compatibilitywith the existing code base, the original binary code was largely preserved,limiting recompilation and thus the potential for new bugs to a minimum.Since the initial release, further 3.X ROMimprovements followed in 2006, 2014 and2016. All were designed for use across theAmiga Forever product series, i.e. Includingboth emulation and ClassicSupport scenarios ('real' Amigahardware). System RequirementsThe 3.X ROMs have a size of 512 KB, andare thereforewith all Amiga models except for the Amiga1000. In order to make room for theenhancements, the 3.X ROMs employ the sametechnique used by Commodore for the 4000TROMs, i.e.
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40 hadith qudsi urdu pdf. ROM space was freed by movingworkbench.library out of the ROM. This meansthat a 'Libs/workbench.library' file must bepresent on the boot disk, as detailed below.