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Windows ME PC games help.


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Now that I got my Windows ME PC working with my nice 18 in Flat screen, I have another problem. (Sorry If I keep bugging yall.) But I have a little problem. Whenever I try to play a game, say, Need for Speed: High Stakes (not just that game, but others too.) I get it started, but it is just black on 1/4 of the screen, and the game is cut off of the screen. It is really annoying. I tried fixing it with the in game controls. Like changing the size of the screen, but to no avil. Any help or advice would be greatly apprenticed.

Another quick question. Did they stop support for Radio Tuner in Windows Media Player 7.1? It was working yesterday, now it just gives me this splash screen that says to use it, I need to be connected to the internet, which I am. Any advice? And don't say to upgrade to WMP 9. I hate it. I will never leave my WMP 7.1.

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Edited by Windows 95, 26 February 2009 - 08:07 PM.

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*Bump*

I took a picture to help you guys out. Thats what it does. It does that for al of my games. It is really annoying. Any help? It also does this on my Windows 2000 computer hooked up to the same monitor. Posted Image

Edited by Windows 95, 20 March 2009 - 11:35 AM.

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Hello again. I guess no one has a fix to this problem. Oh well. I guess I will hook up my old monitor again.
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Heyah

What you will have to do is look for a button next to all the rest of the buttons on your monitor for one that says " AUTO" or it will be indicated with and "A" press that button twice and hopefully your monitor should be working in fine condition

Good Luck !!
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Heyah

What you will have to do is look for a button next to all the rest of the buttons on your monitor for one that says " AUTO" or it will be indicated with and "A" press that button twice and hopefully your monitor should be working in fine condition

Repeat the same process everytime this sort of thing happens

Good Luck !!
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