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Author apsturk
#1 Posted: 1 Jun 2014 19:44 
Just bought the new big thing. Nice, However it the instructions it state this

"To enable WHDLoad support in AmiKit (so you can play WHDLoad games), copy the Kickstart 3.1 ROM also to AmiKit\Devs\Kickstarts folder, and rename it 'kick40068.A1200'. Also, if you have Kickstart 1.3 ROM, copy it there too, and rename it 'kick34005.A500'. For more information read this page."

Hey guys THERE IS NO AmiKit\Devs\Kickstarts folder to put this in. Am I to make one? instructions don't say to.

On a iMac 10.9.3


Author AmiKit
#2 Posted: 2 Jun 2014 00:19 Edited by: AmiKit 
Hi and welcome to AmiKit Support Forum.

The information is correct. Run AmiKit and look for the following folder: AmiKit:Devs/Kickstarts

It cannot be seen by Mac - from outside the emulation environment - because AmiKit for Mac uses a hardfile (a single large file) where all the Amiga files are stored. And the Amiga files stored in the hardfile can be accessible only by AmiKit - when the emulation is running.

While AmiKit for Windows stores Amiga files on Windows filesystem so they are accessible even by Windows.

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