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killermike: The 26/32-bit mode switch is a build-time switch. I wouldn't recommend making it into a run-time switch, because it would have to be checked on every entry to the kernel interrupt, SWI and exception handlers. But you could store both 26-bit and 32-bit ROM images on your boot disc and adapt the softload tool to give you a choice of which version to boot into.

 is a RISC OS Userbavison on 31/01/07 10:40PM
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