DavidC Posted October 18, 2022 Share Posted October 18, 2022 I don't know if I should post this here or in the Emulation section..but anyway.. I am trying to figure out the FS-UAE emulator on my old MacBook Pro. (OS X 10.9) The emulator itself comes with a generic kickstart rom, and I have been able to get a few games to work, but they don't have sound. The emulator itself has sound, because I can hear the disk drive sounds when it is loading games. The games run fine, no lag at all, just no sound. But, when I load a Workbench disk, it takes like 5 minutes to load, and the emulator is super laggy, like it won't do anything when I click on the virtual desktop to get into BASIC and stuff.. My question is, if I spend the $$ for the KS Roms from Amiga Forever, will that help the Emulator run at it's full potential? Is it slow because of the generic KS ROM? And, if I did spend the cash for the KS Roms, and workbench disks and stuff, from Amiga Forever, how would I install them to FS-UAE? What file/folder to put them in? I do have VICE running the Commodore 64 with no problems at all on my MacBook, I also have Retroarch that runs perfect on that machine playing SNES games and crap like that with zero issues. Also, using WINE, Classic99 runs at full speed, zero issues...so I think the MacBook itself can do it...will the KS ROMS make the difference? Advise, please? And as always, Thank you for any and all advise.. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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