I have had a look at the starterkit setup programme, which setups the CF Disk from disk drive.
There are 2 partitions setup by the starterkit setup programme:
Partition 1: 64Mb
Partition 2: 127Mb
The setup programme mounts partition 1 as WIN1, using the WIN_DRIVE command:
The setup programme then creates a directory structure for tge software, then the software is copied to WIN1, including a boot file to boot up the system.
The final action of the setup is to unload partition 1 and setup the drive with protection.
On restarting the system, Partition 1 is mapped to WIN1 and the WIN1_boot file is loaded and run.
As Polka says, rename the WIN1_boot file to WIN1_boot_old
A new boot file to load Toolkit 2 and mount the 2 partitions would be:
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110 DATA_USE "WIN1_"
120 PROG_USE "WIN1_"
130 REMark Mount CF Disk partitions
140 REMark WIN_DRIVE win_no, device_no, part_no
150 REMark WIN1_ mounted automatically.
160 REMark WIN_DRIVE 1,1,1
170 REMark Mount WIN2
180 WIN_DRIVE 2,1,2
190 REMark Show Disk Details
200 WIN_DISK "SHOW"
210 WIN_DISK "DETAILS",1
220 WIN_DISK "SUMMARY",1
This is simple boot file, for more details please see the attached manuals:
More partitions can be added as detailed in the QubATA manual.
The key to all this is reading and understanding software manuals, which are all freely available.
Personally, I write my own boot files and do really like the automatic setup systems. Maybe a series of boot files should of been written for the user to select or even learn by example.
Let me know if any mor help is required.