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Author AmiKit
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#1 Posted: 3 Sep 2017 10:01 Edited by: AmiKit 
Hello and welcome to the AmiKit Support Forum! If you have a question regarding AmiKit, you're at the right place.

- First of all, please check QUICK GUIDE, especially if you have a question regarding installation, WHDLoad, Rabbit Hole, Hotkeys, Toolbar icons, etc.
- If you haven't found an answer, please SEARCH THE FORUM for similar problem as it could have been already answered.
- If you still haven't found an answer to your question or issue, feel free to start a new thread in a correct category (see the right column on main forum page).

[b]TO RESOLVE YOUR ISSUE FASTER PLEASE TELL US THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:

- AmiKit version
- which AmigaOS version have you used to install AmiKit?
- is it Windows, Mac or Linux installation?

THANK YOU

Author morgantaur
Partaker
#2 Posted: 12 May 2019 14:52 
Installed WinUAE before AmiKit AND AF..doesn't matter.
Also, paid for the AmikitX upgrade, still get fussed at about a major upgrade AND followed instructions.

Author AmiKit
Admin
#3 Posted: 12 May 2019 15:01 
Hi, is it AmiKit 10.5.3 you are trying to upgrade? Did you place the upgrade archive to RabbitHole folder?

Author DSmith
Partaker
#4 Posted: Today 00:14 
Hi boss cat!,
I've fired my old Vista PC and saw that UPDATE 8 . I'd had an old version 6. Wow, thanks for the free update. It installed fine and I was impressed with all that fine programming.

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