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Re: Sound Blaster Issue - works but no sound

in Marvin \ Sound
Sorry to wake up an old thread but I had a similar problem with my SB16 (CT1740) and the solution could be useful to others. In order to get sound from audio CDs in DOS I bought an MPC-2 to JST PH 2.0. But I did not get any sound from the CD (which did produce sound, as tested with an ES1868F). As …

Re: Good 4:3 LCD Monitor

in Marvin \ Video
The result: 1600x1200 in 4x3 at 70Hz over DVI /HDMI under pure DOS and without apparent frameskip !!!! I realised I actually do notice frameskip when paying attention. That's really awesome! It reminds my of the BIOS hack I did for the 9600 Pro to force 70 Hz for 1280x1024, but your solution seems …

Re: Good 4:3 LCD Monitor

in Marvin \ Video
Real and available 4:3 monitors are small, is there some 24+ LCD with which can force 4:3 mode for everything and simply dont run as wide screen in any case? Or is there some magic box like DVI emulator to make such thing happen? There are some gaming monitors that do just that. I have a AOC …

Re: Welcome to the updated VOGONS

in Milliways
cyclone3d wrote on 2020-05-17, 01:41: Can somebody point me to a signature that causes issues? I use mine for usefully links. This is what your signature looks like on a mobile phone, it takes a lot of screen estate: Filename Screenshot_20200521-104951.png File size 254.95 KiB Views 263 views

Re: 19" 5:4 vs 20" 4:3 -- which LCD would you choose?

in Marvin \ Video
I will try using the nvidia driver to output letterboxed display ... I currently only have one pc this is relevant to, as my dos PC obviously doesn't have nvidia drivers installed. I do have NOLF installed on a PC with a FX5950U, and it is a game without a 1280×1024 display option...meaning I am …

Re: 19" 5:4 vs 20" 4:3 -- which LCD would you choose?

in Marvin \ Video
This is Lands of Lore. I did not have text during the Intro, just speech, so I took this photo of the character screen which has some text. The aspect seems fine to me, which is not surprising as 320x200 is a 4:3 display resolution. Excellent, thanks. Indeed it looks like there is no distorsion ( …

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