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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by RickyCobra, Nov 10, 2001.

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  1. RickyCobra

    RickyCobra Thread Starter

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    Here's one to think about. My son has a lot of games Like Hot Wheels stunt track and other simular types and they play absolute havoc with my desktop settings. Today after he got done playing I had to reload the driver for my AGP card because it was gone. Is there something I can do to prevent this? I have windows 98SE with al the upgrades.
     
  2. Davey7549

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    Ricky
    Yes I know what you mean about allot of games and reseting video settings. One thing you could try is lower your video acceleration down a couple of notches and see if that helps.
    The setting should be in start/settings/display/advanced/performance. Also all the games are not messing with your video I would suspect it may be one in particular or two. We have stunt wheels also and it seems to coexists all right where hard truck two causes all kinds of problems. Both are rated for 95/98.
    That is all the advice I can give possible someone else will have more.
    Dave
     
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