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Reply 20 of 21, by AIM-9X

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Similar case here, with an 865 chipset. Installed Windows 98SE with a Radeon X850 Pro in an ASRock 775i65G motherboard with a Pentium 4 520 (2.8 GHz, Prescott core) and 1 GB of RAM. Works perfectly, although Duke Nukem 3D does not work properly (lots of screen tearing and flickering). Oddly enough, Need for Speed SE works perfectly out of the box, even with DirectX 9. I can also confirm that Catalyst 6.2 is the correct driver to use. Most D3D and OpenGL games work great.

Reply 21 of 21, by pixel_workbench

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About Duke3D, try launching it after rebooting to DOS, not while running Windows. I had similar display corruption on my Ati 9800pro, but restarting in DOS mode fixed it.

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