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got message of small font mode needed instead of video mode.


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susana

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I want to run two diskettes but message says that computer is in video mode and needs small font mode. How do I switch? Thanks! :tazz:
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Re post on video versus small font mode, forgot to mention that I have Windows 98 with Word 2000. Thanks.
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http://support.micro...com/kb/q244447/ <--this involves a similar error when installing msn messenger...but it tells you how to set it to small font mode
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Thanks for your reply. I actually did try that. Went to display and settings and advanced and saw that small font was already indicated. Yet it did not accept my diskette. The only different thing though was that also ticked was the box that said to not restart computer. I will untick it and let the computer restart and see if that fixes the problem. These diskettes have a program that I worked in a while ago so I know that the computer,although ancient, does run these particular diskettes. I will try this tomorrow. Otherwise, hope there is another solution!
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