I knew that issues would exist with XP. No-one seems to care its based on the W2K kernal. They should be focusing on solving those W2K issues now. A lot of home users (who previously used 95x) are going to be in for a big suprise when they get XP.
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get the det xp's, then grab the new refresh rate fix then find the program (I don't remember a shortcut being placed anywhere) then run it. then you choose it to use the max supported rates.. playing 800x600 @ 100Hz
I also can't belive that a fix should still be required after all this time. Is 85hz a max? with the refresh fix?, as that would be no good for me. I have a monitor that supports 160hz @ 1024x768 32 and I would like the option of being able to use it.
I've posted a few questions about XP in the VDR forum, but it looks like it's just going to be win 2000second edition with a "mothercare interface" and none of the annoying issues I need fixed actually dealt with, but a whole lot more irritation, (like product activation which will be a pain in the as if you want to swap hardware around alot) .
Probably have to stick with 98SE until it is no longer supported