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One big improvement of 3.5 over 3.1 is the "big drive" native support (by patching ROM calls) Without a separate NSD patch (new style device) installed, OS 3.1 could not handle drives bigger than 4Gb properly. Everything written after the 4Gb boundary destroyed the existing data by writing on the first sectors instead (the disk position was a 32-...


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From what I've read over time, AmigaOS 3.5 and 3.9 do not make any changes to the underlying operating system other than they now requires at least a 68020 processor. AmigaOS 3.5 and 3.9 still rely on the Amiga Kickstart 3.1 ROMs which is where most of the code lives that handles the bits you're asking about (memory management, etc). The OS could have ...


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