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Re: Running DOS games from Win98 Explorer

Some games work fine on DOS, but they work horribly on Windows. For example, Quake I under DOS works perfectly, but on Windows it slows down or has problems with frame synchronization (breaks, jerks), which is not at all acceptable for a first-person shooter. I don't know how often Windows 98 uses …

Re: SBEMU: Sound Blaster emulation on AC97

The version from GitHub (1.0beta4) works. Tested in pure MS-DOS 6.22 on YMF754 in Z.A.R. with the /t6 parameter (SoundBlaster16) in 44kHz, 16-bit, Stereo mode. There are no complaints. I also checked Quake 1.06 without the /t6 parameter (Default settings) - it also works fine. System board based on …

Re: DOS Quake under 98SE

Maybe so, but it simply doesn't do this under DOS, works fine there. My best guess would be some kind of incompatibility issue between 98 SE and this game... Did you manage to solve this problem under Windows 98? I also encountered this, and in order for Quake to work normally at least under DOS on …

Re: SBEMU: Sound Blaster emulation on AC97

The version from GitHub (1.0beta4) works. Tested in pure MS-DOS 6.22 on YMF754 in Z.A.R. with the /t6 parameter (SoundBlaster16) in 44kHz, 16-bit, Stereo mode. There are no complaints. I also checked Quake 1.06 without the /t6 parameter (Default settings) - it also works fine. System board based on …

Re: UniRefresh no longer works on nVidia's latest

in DOS
I also tested different video cards and out of the box did not work any of the cards I have from the 7 series. I tried to flash one of them using the two BIOS versions suggested in the next topic, but this also did not give any result. Testing the 7 series is complicated by the fact that each BIOS …

Re: Geforce 7 series backwards compatibility

Has anyone managed to make any progress on this issue? Riikcakirds, for some reason the version you posted earlier is significantly different from the last one (Although it seems to be implied that this is the BIOS from one card). If you look at NiBiTor, it's like some versions from two different …

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