OS4 and big file

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Yellohello
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I am asking you for the OF version (displayed when starting Pega) and the motherboard version (unfortunately you have to unscrew the housing and read it). Either you are the lucky one, or you have a rare motherboard or a rare OF.
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And there is no trick that you take out RAM at all, turn on the computer for a while to reconfigure everything and just insert new bones?
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That's exactly what I did because the bones didn't work on the first try.
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Board version 2B1
OF 1.1 (20040405172512)
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In fact, your archive does not want to unpack on Pegu, MOS, or AmigaOS (I tried directly from Unzip) - there are messages about not being able to read something there. And the latest MOS Unzip "spits" a message that the maximum file size of 2GB has been exceeded.
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