Amiga Workbench 3 1 Adf Serials

Introduction; 2. Hardware prerequisites; 3. Best ways to start; 4. Floppy transfer. Every Amiga model came with both a parallel and a serial port. For floppy disc transfer, you just need an Amiga with OS version 2.1 or later, which. The ADF Sender Terminal also supports to transfer data between a Windows PC and the.

Chapter 2 - Formatting the HD and Installing Workbench 3.1

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If you have quit WinUAE after the first chapter then re-launch the program, left click the config you made and click the Load button.
1. Select Disk Drives (previously known as Floppies) Properties.
2. On the DF0: slot click the ‘..’ button on the right and select your Install A.D.F (Amiga Disk File).

3. Then Click Start (OK in older versions of WinUAE) to start the emulation.
4. When the Amiga has booted you should see Ram Disk, Programs, Install3.1 and DH0:NDOS (this is your new blank HD)
5. Left click once on DH0:NDOS to select.
6. Now go to the top of the screen and hold your right mouse button down.
7. Hover your mouse over Icons and then to Format Disk..
8. When Format Disk.. is highlighted let go of the right mouse button.

9. In New Volume Name: box delete the word Empty and put System
10. Tick Fast File System, Directory Cache, and Put Trashcan (this one is optional).
11. Now left click on Format button to proceed.

12. Click the next 2Format buttons to start formatting.

13. Format should now start.

14. When finished the DH0:NDOS will change to System. (Congratulations you now have a formatted hard disk)
15. Now double click the Disk icon called Install3.1 (a window will open)
16. Next double click the drawer called Install (another window will open)
17. Then double click on English (or your first speaking language)

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18. The setup program will launch. Click ‘proceed’ button then click ‘Install Release 3.1’ button.
19. Under Set Installation Mode select ‘Intermediate User’ and then click the ‘Proceed With Install’ button

20. On the next screen leave the options as they are (Should have Installation option set to ‘Install for real’ and Log all actions set to ‘none’.) and click the ‘Proceed’ button.
21. You should be asked, 'Do you want Release 3.1 installed in the 'System:' partition?' Click the ‘Yes’ button.

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22. On the next screen, if you speak more than one language, you can select which languages you want to Install. When happy click the ‘Proceed’ button.
23. Next screen will ask you what type of printer you have. If it’s on the list select it and click the ‘Proceed’ button.
24. Next screen will ask which keymaps to install. Select British and American (if you live in one of the places listed then also select that one) and then click the ‘Proceed’ button.
25. When this screen shows press F12 on you keyboard.

26. Now on floppies/disk drives Properties select the ‘..’ button on the DF1: slot and select your Workbench adf (if TOSEC named it could be called ‘Workbench 3.1 (40.42) - Boot (Commodore) (1994) [m2]’). Click Open and then the OK/Start button to return back to emulation.
27. When you see the Workbench icon show on the screen it should continue automatically. If it does not continue automatically then Click the ‘Proceed’ button.
28. When asked to insert Amiga Locale hit F12 on you keyboard, on the floppies click Eject button on the DF1: slot and select the Locale disk (if TOSEC named it could be called ‘Workbench 3.1 (40.42) - Locale (Commodore) (1994) [m2]’) using the ‘..’ button. Click Open and then the OK/Start button to return back to emulation.
29. Wait a few seconds. Click ‘Proceed’ button if it does not continue automatically.
30. When asked to insert Amiga Extras hit F12 on you keyboard again, on the floppies click Eject button on the DF1: slot and select the Extras disk (if TOSEC named it could be called ‘Workbench 3.1 (40.42) - Extras (Commodore) (1994) [m2]’) using the ‘..’ button. Click Open and then the OK/Start button to return back to emulation.
31. Wait a few seconds. Click ‘Proceed’ button if it does not continue automatically.
32. When asked to insert Amiga Fonts, yes you guessed it, you hit F12 on you keyboard again, on the floppies click Eject button on the DF1: slot and select the Fonts disk (if TOSEC named it could be called ‘Workbench 3.1 (40.42) - Fonts (Commodore) (1994) [m2]’) using the ‘..’ button. Click Open and then the OK/Start button to return back to emulation.
33. Wait a few seconds. Click ‘Proceed’ button if it does not continue automatically.
34. When asked to insert Amiga Storage hit F12 on you keyboard again, on the floppies click Eject button on the DF1: slot and select the Extras disk (if TOSEC named it could be called ‘Workbench 3.1 (40.42) - Storage (Commodore) (1994) [m2]’) using the ‘..’ button. Click Open and then the OK/Start button to return back to emulation.
35. Wait a few seconds. Click ‘Proceed’ button if it does not continue automatically.
36. When the screen below shows, hit F12 and click both Eject buttons on the DF0: and DF1: slots. Click OK/Start button to return back to emulation.

37. Now wait a few seconds and then Click ‘Proceed’ button to reboot.
38. Well done! :) You now have Workbench 3.1 Installed your virtual hard disk. I think you agree it looks a bit drab, there is no need to worry, in the next few chapters we will show you the art of customisation.

Tip! Before you install one of the Workbench enhancements (MUI, NewIcons, Scalos etc), backup the hdf so you can restore and try again if something goes wrong. This saves you having to start again from scratch each time.

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Last Updated: August 2006