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Another idea could be to dump some Kickstart ROM to a file, then either add a new Resident module if there is space available in the image, or overwrite a non-essential one (audio.device comes to mind, see below), with a custom module that calls Debug() on Exec (You could use the module's Init function to do this). Then you burn your new ROM to an EPROM and ...


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No, you can and, more importantly, it is fully supported to run Workbench 1.3 on a Kickstart 1.2 machine. This was rather common back at that time, because Workbench 1.3 brought some nice new features (like the RAD: drive, better printer drivers), and at least in Europe the first batches of Amiga 500 and Amiga 2000 arrived still with Kickstart 1.2. On ...


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The case of the Amiga 3000T was actually modified from the Commodore PC-60 III (their top-range PC). I doubt, however, that this makes it an easier find. Those monsters are sought after as well, apparently. Commodore was still fully functional when the PC-60 and 3000T were produced, so it is very unlikely a generic stock item from a third-party supplier.


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Here are the schematics. Don't know which version of VBS. http://leszczamiga.ppa.pl/elektronika/vbs.gif


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