VOGONS

Common searches


Search results

Display options

Re: Uneven framerate / missing frames in WinXP

Excuse me? Is the USB mouse is via a USB to PS/2 adapter? We said need to try PS/2 moues directly. Otherwise the motherboard is the issue due to chipset quite not right especially with XP even it got a chipset driver installed? Your has dreaded 686B southbridge which does not play well with audio …

Re: Wrestling with PCI video cards

If memory serves, the fast and reliable DOS compatibility of NVidia cards lasted until and including the FX series. So, if you aim for a higher up PCI variety of a NVidia card (example 2MX400, 4MX440, MX4000 or 5200,) they should have you covered with regards to DOS compatibility. the Savage cards - …

Re: 3DFX Voodoo Banshee on DOS can't work

Cause I have this Voodoo Banshee for free, a friend of mine gave it to me. Tonite I managed to make work GTA, I am running through 3DFX on 800x600x16 in my system now upgraded to K6-2+ 450MHZ cpu. I am really impressed, on DOS it work really smoothly for that resolution. This is the right way isn't …

Re: Uneven framerate / missing frames in WinXP

Might be worth a shot / related...might be not... But I had similar issues with performance steiffelt by using USB HIDs like keyboard and mouse. It resulted in poorly timed mouse operation as well as sometimes copy errors, but mainly steiffelt performance for botht the HIDs as well as file transfer. …

Re: Paradise VGA

MT4067 looks to be 64kx4 chip, nothing fancy, there should be plenty other 4464-class DRAM chips available. I'm pretty sure you need to populate all the sockets, that would but the VRAM from 256k you currently have to 512k. ...which would enable you to use 256 colours for 640x480 under Win3.1 IIRC, …

Re: Creative's intended market for 16 bit audio?

The Serpent Rider wrote on 2020-02-16, 10:05: 16-bit 44kHz was the requirement for CD audio, which was growing in popularity since late 80s. and no support SB Pro 2 Lack of proper SB Pro 2 support is practically not an issue. Especially due to the fact that it does actually work, but just doesn't …

Page 1 of 35