Ok, makes sence, but it will be a little bit hassle carrying it on 3,5″ floppies. Unfortunately, this was not to be the case as both chips support up to 32MB. Yes, the kit has 15 megabytes, so what I have to do is either put it on 10 floppies or find one ZIP diskette in my basement since I don’t have any CD’s handy. Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment. The internal architecture is still bit, just like the TNT2.
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Keen Dreams the “lost” episode doesn’t have this problem, even though it uses almost exactly the same engine “Galaxy” engine as Keens 4, 5, and 6.
What do you like most about this program? Too pity if I have to drop that old lady to the junk,hope not I am going to update the graphic car for one desktop pc I hope this helps because i made a search in google and do not get results until now old pc installation to test al bunch of floppy disks and other very old stuff i want to throw away after checking evrything, if not than ill try somthing else to install and use TNT2 video card on my computer and have a lot of fun in new year and thousands of futute ones caracanaima butcha acrima!!
As it does with all TNT2 cards, 2D quality will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer.
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Last edited by tikoellner on Anyway, can you recommend me graphics card for this pc which can stand games like Duke 3D and Blood, but has no problem with Commander Keen?
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Board index All times are UTC. Juat keep in mind that you should preferably get some good quality based S3 Trio card, as the output quality may vary depending on manufacturer DAC quality probably being the reason. Or it is just plug and play? Mwnli you can see which is fastest overall. So what makes the M64 different from the regular TNT2? I am going to update the graphic car for one desktop pc I hope this helps because tnt made a search in google and do not get results until now.
Return to General Old Hardware. It has Pentium 1 all what I can say right now – next week I can post full details. Sounds like I will not just buy a new one, but go dig in my “workshop cellar”, because I should have some S3 Trio somewhere in the mess Yeah, that’s one option.
Yes, the kit has 15 megabytes, so what I have to do is either put it on 10 floppies or find one ZIP diskette in my basement since I don’t have any CD’s handy. Next weekend I will try them, hopefully at least one of them is working.
At the weekend I tried to play Commander Keen on my newly acquired W95B “Gaming Rig”, but the screen was all shaky and jerky on lateral movement, even with Fix jerky motion option turned on. I will see, the trial and error is the way. Instead, the 64 in M64 refers to a memory bus that is bits wide.
Depending on how inconvenient that is, you can also pull the hard drive out of the DOS machine and connect it to another PC to copy the files over, then move it back.
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Installing a Matrox Millennium surprisingly made the problem vanish. I know that similar problems relate to Matrox and other cards that otherwise are great. The internal architecture is still bit, just like the TNT2. Best graphics card for dos gaming Discussion about old PC hardware. And which one is best to use. I’d love to have some reliable one, like Creative Sound Blaster 16, or n64 like that. So, I m664 to the point that graphics card is causing that not broken, but incompatible.
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Stargunner won’t work with it and in Wing Commander 3, you have to choose the alternate video mode for the FMV cutscenes to display properly. I’ll figure something out. Too pity if I have to drop that old lady to the junk,hope not. This reminds me, I’m going to ask the geniuses over at the PCKF if there’s a patch or other option to fix the jerky motion for good on Keens 4, 5, and 6.