|Aug 20, 2000, 03:59 AM||#1||
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After months of trying to figure out what was causing my Dos games to get corrupted screens in Windows 98 Se, and causing streaks of garbage, i found the solution! I got lots of advice from people here telling me to change to lower refresh rates etc, but it didn't help, I could only run older games in real dos mode!
So today I decided to go through msconfig, and eliminate programs to see if the were conflicting the video at windows startup......And boom there it was! This stupid logo loaded by a program called Powertweak! The stupid logo once after loaded was the cause of erratic screens in Dos!! Now that i erased the logo loading from the start, everything works fine! Wow, you can tell im sure as happy! Now I can go back to playing the oldies once again....
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