You aren't real clear on what your display problem is. Older monitors
need adjustments for the different screen modes. DOS runs in 640x480
plain-ole VGA mode. Windows might have been configured to run more
pixels. I would look around the monitor for scan adjustments. Tell us
the monitor model and we might be able to get specific.
> Hello. I have a very big problem. I recently reformatted the hard drive in a
> homebuilt PC. I had done it before, so I figured no problem. However,
> something went way wrong (operator error, I'm sure), & I can't get Win95 to
> reload. The computer isn't recognizing the CD-ROM drive. The video display is
> screwed up also. It doesn't show all of the information that should be on the
> screen. Can anyone help with a complete sequence list of what I should be
> doing? Any thoughts on the video issue? I've been away from computers for a
> while, & I never was a whiz, so layman terms would be appreciated. Also, if
> there's a better place to post this, please let me know. Thanks in advance.
My pc is window xp, I dont know why when I open the "wmv" file on my
receiving e-mail, the Window Media Player cant open it and have a error code
"Error# C00D2EEE "! Anyone know what is the problem and how to fix this
problem???? It is my BIG BIG problem........! Please help me!!!
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