Re: Diamond Video card problems?
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- Subject: [mg10695] Re: [mg10600] Diamond Video card problems?
- From: "Sherman.Reed" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 30 Jan 1998 04:24:31 -0500
Dwarf, I am also able to reproduce the problem and I have a Diamond video card. I have 3.0 under w95. When I was using 2.2 under Windows, again with a Diamond video card, I had similar problems. Wolfram advised me to switch to standard VGA, which worked fine, except for the poorer quality video. I subsequently got rid of the card when I got rid of the computer during an upgrade exercise. I was also doing a lot of work on a NeXT, which had excellent resolution, but no color, but worked fine for the work I was doing. Sherman C. Reed email@example.com ---------- > From: Dwarf <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: [mg10695] [mg10600] Diamond Video card problems? > Date: Monday, January 26, 1998 3:42 AM > > Hello again! > > I just wanted to ask for further suggestions about that problem I posted > a while back. Since my description of the problem wasn't very clear, > I've posted a screen shot of the aftermath on the web. If you go to > http://www.wam.umd.edu/~dwarf/computer.htm there are links to both the > screen shot and a sample notebook I can use to duplicate the problem, > along with what I do to reproduce it. > > I called Wolfram tech support, but they couldn't reproduce it. I can > reproduce it an any computer I've tried it on, and the common link is a > Diamond Multimedia video card. Not necessarily the same card either. > > Today I downloaded the newest drivers I could find with no success. I > have to say, if this means I have to go buy a new video card to use > Mathematica I'll be *quite* unamused. > > If anyone has any suggestions, I'm *dying* to hear them. > > Thanks! > > Greg Anderson > email@example.com >