After reading this thread I realized that my own "Boot CD" is also out of date.
Since I have a graphics card model greater than HD4xxx, my original boot CD will not work.
I have very little experience burning CDs under AmigaOS, so I thought I'd write down all
the little details that others might forget.
Of course, if your BootDisk includes a recovery ISO made AFTER the new Radeon drivers,
you should be able to just burn that to a CD. But if your machine was released before then,
you might find this useful.
The Dummies Guide to updating your recovery CD:*
You have a Bootable Recovery CD, like "AmigaOS 4.1 Update 5".
Your current Workbench has been upgraded with the new RadeonHD
You have a blank CDROM disk, and a drive capable of burning it.
Step by step:
Check Sys:Utilities for "AmiDVD". If not there, insert the
recovery CD and run the "Extras Installer", then select AmiDVD
and allow it to install.
With the recoveryCD still in the drive, open a Shell and enter
the following commands:
copy CD0: ram:BootVol all clone
copy sys:Kickstart/PCIGraphics.card ram:BootVol/System/Kickstart
copy sys:Kickstart/RadeonHD.chip ram:BootVol/System/Kickstart
then make a note of the exact volume name of CD0:. Mine was
"AmigaOS 4.1 Update 5" for this example
Now remove the recovery CD and replace it with a blank CDROM.
From the "CreateImage" Tab, Set source to RAM:BootVol, then
set VolumeName to "AmigaOS 4.1 Update 5". Select Bootable AmigaOS4,
and finally select "Create Image".
Now on to tab2, "Burn Image", and click on "Burn CD-R"
That's it! The resulting disk should be identical to the original,
but will boot properly with newer graphics cards.
Remember, this new boot image is under the same agreement that the
RadeonHD drivers were distributed under. it is NOT OK to share
this disk with others.
* "Dummies" was a reference to myself. Since I had ZERO experience when
I wrote this, I wanted the steps to be as simple as possible.