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Re: FitzQuake for DOS [fxMesa]

No, you can't fix it. I don't know what they do in their driver to fix the issue in Windows. I'm not that good of a hardware hacker. Your best bet is finding an Asus P3B-F motherboard or any later era Intel 440BX Chipset that allows CPUs past 500/550mhz. Glad to see other people are using the …

Re: Quake 2 DOS Port WIP

in Milliways
The sndpci library we did not write. So it's probably an issue with the library. I forget who wrote it. Those PCI sound cards tend to have problems under DOS. The author of the library can be contacted at starus2009@mail.ru. I unfortunately do not have an SB Live card to test and debug these …

Re: Quake 2 DOS Port WIP

in Milliways
OK. I would have to test it on my hardware. What happens when you play Quake 1 the original 1.06 version or the QDOS port with these sound cards? I do have an ESS chipset on a few P2 laptops and it works fine there.

Re: Quake 2 DOS Port WIP

in Milliways
Been quite a few years since the start of this project but we have finally ported the Win32 inline ASM code in r_alias.c, r_polyse.c, and r_part.c. This has given a small speed boost in timedemos. Typically about 5-10% from what I have noticed. Try out the new version at: https://bitbucket.org/ …

Re: Quake 2 DOS Port WIP

in Milliways
It does with the time demos and plays them back properly. Something is wrong with DR-DOS in the way it communicates the keyboard driver (or some other input) back to Q2DOS. I am not fixing it.

Re: Quake 2 DOS Port WIP

in Milliways
Oh well. DR-DOS does something nonstandard that I'm not interested in figuring out why. Use MS-DOS7.10 from a Win98SE boot disk as your OS. It's the only OS I support.

Re: Quake 2 DOS Port WIP

in Milliways
Are you saying in DR-DOS if you move the mouse it will stop the timedemo? If so, sorry, we don't support DR-DOS or even Virtual Machines. Only real hardware up until about the late-P3 era we are interested in bug reports.

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