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Old 11-09-2000, 02:26 PM   #1
3D mode still not working right!
Ok, i have tried everything, and 3d mode only works on the top 3 inches of my screen, the rest is the same Grapfical error.
if you read my last post it has the info of what i did etc... what am i missing? or is it a conflict with my SIS530 video card?
i got the 1st build to work, but only in chain mode (X Mode)?
cannot get plutonium build to work. 3d mode is messed, any ideas?
e mail me with info if you like.
Dammit I just want to build some cool levs =(
thnx MyKiLL

Old 11-09-2000, 04:52 PM   #2
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Re: 3D mode still not working right!
Are you messing with bsetup? If so, that's why. You're not supposed to be doing that - just delete everything, reinstall, and restart. Also, make sure the build editor and files are in the same directory as teh game.

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Old 11-10-2000, 04:18 PM   #3

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Re: 3D mode still not working right!
Stick to VESA modes, don't be tempted by the other options because the chances are you won't have the archaic hardware to support it.

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