I get the exact same error when I use C:SetPatch NOROMUPDATE QUIET
When I use C:SetPatch QUIET it boots to Workbench without issue.
Not sure what's going on.
EDIT with my SetPatch Quiet set (without NOROMUPDATES) I went ahead and installed the Picasso96 drivers and the SAGA RTG drivers. The last step I have to do is the SD card drivers but since I don't plan to use that right away, I'm going to hold off on that.
What ramifications are there to not have the NOROMUPDATE set?
This is a plane jane Wb install, I haven't done anything besides install WB 3.1 and the Vampire stuff. So not much i can test. My Workbench disk is already PFS3 formatted but I will go ahead and do the install later anyway as my WORK: [partition is not PFS3 and I want to change that.
I guess I'll install a game or two later as well to see the HDMI working.
When all's said and done, what can I do to fix my GVP SCSI controller issue? There is no expansion ram installed in it, it's just a SCSI controller.
EDIT2: Where did this guy get his information and why isn't it published on the Apollo website?
Seems this guys knows you can't use a SCSI device with scsi.device because it coonflicts with the onboard IDE of the Vampire - can any of the Apollo Team Confirm this?
"So you will need to remove any Fast memory Zorro cards and hard disk controller cards that use memory onboard and/or scsi.device, as it conflicts with the onboard IDE port on the Vampire."
Source: http://amigax1000.blogspot.com/2016/12/ ... art-1.html
EDIT3: Nevermind, I removed the vampire, put my CPU and ROM back in and booted to my GVP SCSI controller, it does not use scsi.device and does in fact use gvpscsi.device so that can't be the problem. And in the process I bent and broke pins on the riser so now I have to shop around for replacements before I can use the vampire again.