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Sensible World of Soccer



  • @dudleydes Ok.. so the text file just came up nothing about me running that script. My floppies in that folder are zips not adf. Although having unzipped and changed names in that script still didn’t work.



  • On my Pi I still can’t get this game to run. I’m getting the Amiberry logo come up with the Amiberry WHDload screen stating that “Volume DH0 is write protected” with retry or cancel.



  • just use adf instead of whdloader if you dont know how to set it up. Thats the way we done it on real amigas floppys



  • @grant2258 won’t I need to swap floppy disks doing it that way?



  • you can mount 2 floppies some games will work others wont im guessing this is a later game so with any luck it will be fine. I probably shouldnt say this here but if you not using a pi you would be better off with launchbox on windows that what I use in my barcade now. I use retropie with controllers when im in the living room



  • @grant2258 said in Sensible World of Soccer:

    you can mount 2 floppies some games will work others wont im guessing this is a later game so with any luck it will be fine. I probably shouldnt say this here but if you not using a pi you would be better off with launchbox on windows that what I use in my barcade now. I use retropie with controllers when im in the living room

    I want this to run right from Emulation station. Not a fan of Launchbox. The best things in life are free.



  • launchbox is free the paid version is if you want the fancy bits. I think its worth every penny have a nice little setup for my bartop



  • I might have another look at launchbox however it wouldn’t run well on my Windows Pc as it’s only an old thing running Ubuntu now.

    For now I’m desperate to get Amiga games (mainly SWOS) run straight from retropie/emulation station.



  • @dirty_monkee This issue may be of interest regarding the “Volume DH0 is write protected” error.

    The best chance of success is to use RetroPlay's WHDLoads as this is what the Amiberry WHDLoad Booter has been designed for. The name of the WHDLoad I am using for SWOS is SensibleWorldOfSoccer9697_v1.7_0842.lha.

    I wouldn't recommend using floppies - check the page for Loading from Disks (ADF) at the Amiberry wiki.



  • @dudleydes said in Sensible World of Soccer:

    @dirty_monkee This issue may be of interest regarding the “Volume DH0 is write protected” error.

    The best chance of success is to use RetroPlay's WHDLoads as this is what the Amiberry WHDLoad Booter has been designed for. The name of the WHDLoad I am using for SWOS is SensibleWorldOfSoccer9697_v1.7_0842.lha.

    I wouldn't recommend using floppies - check the page for Loading from Disks (ADF) at the Amiberry wiki.

    @dudleydes
    AMAZING!

    It seemed using the correct .lha file did the trick!

    Thank you a million times.



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