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revised Windows cannot enter very low-res video mode with modern graphics cards/drivers
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comment Windows cannot enter very low-res video mode with modern graphics cards/drivers
I was trying to post here yesterday, but it kept giving me an error. I have discovered that it actually is not using DirectX at all, but GDI or whatever is the non-DX graphics in Windows (not OpenGL Or any other hardware-related API). Sorry about that. I really did think it was DX.
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comment Windows cannot enter very low-res video mode with modern graphics cards/drivers
PowerStrip doesn't appear to work at all. It's a very strange and messy program. I have no idea what to do.
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comment Windows cannot enter very low-res video mode with modern graphics cards/drivers
Well... I didn't dare to test those last fishy programs in the actual computer, actually. But it shouldn't be a difference...
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comment Windows cannot enter very low-res video mode with modern graphics cards/drivers
It didn't work as in "didn't work at all".
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comment Windows cannot enter very low-res video mode with modern graphics cards/drivers
Doesn't work. Sorry. Nothing seems to work.
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comment Windows cannot enter very low-res video mode with modern graphics cards/drivers
I tried your suggestions, but it doesn't work at all. :(
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comment Windows cannot enter very low-res video mode with modern graphics cards/drivers
Just running, but preferably fullscreen.
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comment Windows cannot enter very low-res video mode with modern graphics cards/drivers
Well, not really anymore... I'd much prefer a standardized solution.
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